Liz Robbins

Liz Robbins has seven children, three of whom have a severe tissue disorder called EDS which requires constant medical attention. The frequent tests and invasive surgeries needed to manage EDS kept the two oldest affected children from regularly attending public school. Despite their need for this care, the public schools did not treat the resulting absences with compassion—even though her children had no trouble keeping up with their studies. Liz needs the ESA so she can design a quality education for her youngest EDS child, Dallin, who will likely miss a lot of school in the future.

  • September 17, 2015    |   Educational Choice

    Nevada School Choice

    Nevada Parents Stand Up for School Choice and Join Lawsuit to Defend ESA Program

    After enacting the most expansive and innovative school choice program in the nation Nevada’s Education Saving Account (ESA) Program was immediately challenged in court. The program allows any student who has attended a public school for at least 100 days to receive a flexible, $5,000 grant from the state to be used for educational expenses.…

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