The Foundation for Excellence in Education, founded by Jeb Bush, but now run by Condoleeza Rice, called for an immediate reversal of the Nevada decision halting the state’s voucher program. They said it would cause “irreparable harm” to the less than 1% of the state’s students who signed  up for vouchers.



ExcelinEd Calls for Immediate Reversal of Nevada Education Savings Account Program Injunction


Tallahassee, Fla. – Today, Carson City District Court Judge James Wilson granted a preliminary injunction that orders the State Treasurer to stop implementing Nevada’s new education savings accounts pending further court deliberations.



Patricia Levesque, CEO of the Foundation for Excellence in Education (ExcelinEd), released the following statement.



“Today’s action by a Nevada District Judge to block the groundbreaking new Education Savings Accounts program will harm Nevada families and their ability provide a great education for their children. Every child deserves access to the education that will empower them to succeed. And parents should be able to choose the best education option for their children. Today’s action will cause irreparable harm, disruption and uncertainty for Nevada families and the 4,100 children who were counting on these accounts for their education. ExcelinEd calls for the immediate overturning of this Judge’s harmful action.”



Statement from @ExcelinEd calls for immediate reversal of injunction in Nevada. Read here: #NVed #NVleg
Today, Nevada judge granted injunction to stop implementing ESAs. @ExcelinEd calls for immediate reversal #nved