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Judge Issues Injunction Against Nevada’s ESAs

On Monday, January 11, District Judge James Wilson issued an injunction against the implementation of Nevada’s Education Savings Accounts. While this injunction is in place, the state Treasurer will have to suspend the ESA program — leaving thousands of families unable to take advantage of the nation’s most inclusive school choice program.

NevadaESA.com will monitor the case closely, and keep you informed of what is coming next. Please subscribe to NevadaESA.com’s email list for the latest news. You can read more about the injunction by clicking here.

To read the Judge’s injunction, click here.

About Nevada ESAs

    

Beginning in 2016, all Nevada students will have an opportunity to attend private school, online school, or home-based education thanks to the new Nevada Education Savings Accounts (ESA) program.

Under the program, the parents of participating students will receive a portion of funding the State of Nevada spends on public school students — between approximately $5,100 and $5,700 per year — to pay for non-public school education and related expense.

Parents decide how and where to spend the money, empowering them to truly direct their child’s education for the first time ever. The Nevada ESA program means families who could never before afford to send their child to private school now have the ability to do so. 

Parents who’ve wanted to teach their children at home now have the financial resources to direct their child’s education as they see fit.

Students struggling to keep up in school can get the attention and individualized education they need, while their peers who long to be challenged can reach their full potential.

To stay up-to-date on the ESA regulations and applications as they become available, please provide your contact information here and we will be in touch.