education, remote learning, online learning, education in Nevada
Although education is not a fundamental right under the United States Constitution, it is nonetheless deemed as “perhaps the most important function of state and local governments.” The importance of education is reinforced through the Nevada Constitution. Specifically, Article 11 states that “[t]he legislature shall provide for a uniform system of common schools,” which is seen through the public school system. However, this ‘uniform’ system drastically changed two years ago with the surge in online learning.
"Performance Gaps and Opportunities for Growth: Addressing Remote Learning in Nevada,"
BYU Education & Law Journal: Vol. 2023:
1, Article 2.
Available at: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/byu_elj/vol2023/iss1/2