Nevada Education Department Postpones School Ratings ReleaseThe Nevada Department of Education is postponing the release of its new school rating system after districts statewide complained the preliminary numbers don't seem to make sense.
Vegas Host Grand Opening For New SchoolThe facility has been renovated and is the second of two Strong Start Academies opening this year. The city is committed to giving children a "Strong Start" and significantly increasing the number of students who graduate from high school.
Nevada Graduation Rate Improves to 73.6 for Class of 2016State officials say Nevada's public high school graduation rate is up almost 3 percentage points from the previous year.
Nevada Juniors' ACT Scores Remain Flat, Low for 2nd YearOnly 10 percent of Nevada's high school juniors are considered college-ready in four core subjects based on their ACT test scores.
Common Core Testing Completed After 2015 MeltdownNevada education officials say students were able to take the state-mandated Common Core test after catastrophic failures hit its computerized system last year.
State Hiring Army of Social Workers to Fight School BullyingOfficials say they've filled about 85 percent of the new school social worker jobs approved as part of an effort to curb bullying in Nevada.
782 Children Served In 1st Year Of Expanded Pre-K ProgramFederal preschool development grant that's expected to bring $43 million to Nevada over four years.
Middle Schools Getting Free LaptopsGrants announced by Nevada Dept of Education
Nevada's Common Core Test Scores Released
Common Core Testing Stopped In Nevada
Nevada Schools Report CardState education department puts annual assessment online
Students Exempt From Graduation RequirementNext year's high school freshmen and sophomores will still get a diploma, even if they fail the new state-wide exams.