Talk to just about anyone in Nevada and they’ll agree that the state’s public education system needs to improve.
But the unanimity ends there.
Superintendents and many education advocates have long called for the Legislature to put more money into schools.
“We need to get out of the ’60s and recognize the way that we fund students in this state is wrong,” Clark County School District Superintendent Pat Skorkowsky said in his September retirement announcement, attacking what he calls a chronic underfunding of public education. - Las Vegas Review-Journal