Sunday, Feb. 24, 2013 | 2:06 a.m.
As the Legislature considers several proposals for education, the Sun asked for a variety of opinions on the state of education in Nevada. It's part of the Sun's Nevada 3.0 project, which is looking at issues confronting the state and ways to move forward. You’ll find:
• The Sun’s editorial, "Invest in schools"
• A conversation with Nevada Superintendent of Public Instruction James Guthrie
• A conversation with Clark County School District Superintendent Dwight Jones
• State Sen. Scott Hammond, a public school teacher and charter school board member, writes about choices facing the state.
• Dr. Sonya Douglass Horsford, the senior resident scholar on education at The Lincy Institute at UNLV, writes about a missed opportunity in Nevada.
• Ruben R. Murillo, president of the Clark County Education Association, writes about what the schools need.
• Judi Steele, president of the Public Education Foundation, writes about improving school leadership.
• Victor Wakefield, executive director of Teach For America in the Las Vegas Valley, writes about grassroots ways to improve schools.
Your views are always welcome. Comment on any of the stories or see the box above to write a letter to the editor.