Imagine the possibilities for students when our communities unite for better education.

more than ever,
our voices and our actions – together – matter in advancing a future that provides the opportunity for every kid to be prepared to live the life they dream.

The “I Stand With Kids” campaign will connect a diverse, broad coalition of people and organizations to influence decision-makers to make, enact, and champion policies aligned to student outcomes.

I Stand With Kids calls on community members – parents, family members, employers, students, and compassionate Nevadans at-large – to take action by pledging to participate in impactful advocacy in a way that is meaningful to them. By taking an active role with improving student outcomes, Nevadans can make a true difference that will change students’ lives and secure them – and all of us – a better future.

Together, we will promote and advocate for the highest-quality education for every kid in Nevada.
Together, we will harness our experiences, energy, and power to change outcomes for kids in Nevada.

Stand with kids – when they succeed, we all succeed.


Join us now to be a founding pledge-signer

Exciting, impactful and necessary work lies ahead with improving student outcomes across Nevada.
I Stand With Kids offers a wide range of opportunities for community members of all skill sets to take part – and we encourage you to find the best fit for your interests, talents and time availability. Participation can take shape in many different ways, from providing a testimonial on why you’re a pledge-signer or testifying on legislation that could impact student outcomes. 

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Are you the parent, guardian, or primary caregiver of a student/students in Nevada schools?
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