(Las Vegas, NV)  —  Clark County students did better on the state’s math and reading tests this past year.  The school district says elementary and middle school students scored between three and six-percent better in both categories, compared to last year. 

Superintendent Dwight Jones praised the results, saying reforms at the nation’s fifth-largest school district are paying off.  Nevada public school students are required to take the Criterion Referenced Test.

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