Tuesday, June 3, 2014

Board of Regents

The Nevada Board of Regents, which governs the system of higher education, is a separate branch of government, totally different from that in any other state.  The only problem with it being a separate branch of government is that the Nevada constitution writers failed to give it taxing authority.  Therefore, the education system is at the mercy of a legislature, which won’t spend any money on any worthwhile cause.  In spite of this nearly fatal flaw, the Board of Regents still attracts first-class, caring, well-educated and bright members who really do hold the best interests of your children at heart.

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