DATA & REPORTS
Annual report published by Education Week considered by many to be the most comprehensive ongoing assessment of the state of American education.
In the 2018 Quality Counts report by Education Week, Nevada finishes 51st among the 50 states and the District of Columbia, with an overall score of 65.0 out of 100 points and a grade of D. The nation as a whole posts a grade of C.
The NSPF is an integral component of the Educator Performance System that defines the Nevada's five-star classification approach. Click above to see how your CCSD school rates.
The latest detailed information pertaining to K-12 public education in Nevada.
Paul Johnson, CFO White Pine County School District, and Jeff Zander, Elko County School District, present succinct summary of Nevada Plan formula.
This report provides facts about the extent to which local, state, and national governments commit resources to public education.
Key findings for 4th through 8th grade results in the nation, states, and participating urban districts. Score changes are compared to the previous assessment years.
A project of the Annie E. Casey Foundation to track the well-being of children in each state.
This report analyzes the condition of state school finance
systems with a focus on the fair distribution of resources to the neediest students.
An annual report profiling state-funded pre-Kindergarten programs in the United State.
How Family, School, And Community Engagement Can Improve Student Achievement And Influence School Reform.
Powerpoint that explains The Nevada Plan.
Crafted by superintendents and endorsed by trustees, iNVest is the product of the educational leaders of Nevada’s 17 geographic school districts, united to ensure all students have the best opportunities possible on their journey to the future.
Special Education funding is a complicated topic. This website provides parent friendly information on special education law, learning disabilities, the IEP process and school success.
Professional Judgement Study Report
A January 2015 review of Nevada's school funding system by Augenblick, Palaich, and Associates for the Lincy Institute at UNLV.
Identifies best practices for equitable distribution of funding and ways to improve Nevada's existing school funding model.