True parent power in the Silver state is in flux, as the state’s universal education savings account law has been held up due to a lawsuit. But figuring out its approach to private-school choice isn’t the only thing that Nevada can do to improve. It’s charter school law and teacher quality measures are comparatively weak. At least the state has encouraged competency-based learning in some places. It’s a start, but Nevada still has a long way to go to empower parents and students.