Education Savings Account
Nevada’s Education Savings Account (ESA) Program, enacted in 2015 and launched January 2016, is the nation’s first universal ESA program. It allows parents to remove their children from their assigned public schools and access a portion or all of their children’s public education funding to pay for services like private school tuition, curriculum, learning therapies, tutoring, and more. Nevada’s legislature did not fund the program in 2017. Read this page to learn more about the program’s history, requirements, limits, and regulations.
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