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Latest Nevada Education Feature
On Campus or Online: Opportunities for Executive Education in Nevada
By Jennifer Rachel Baumer
Ask the administrator of an executive education program why an individual would spend the money and take the time to earn an advanced degree in business, and the answer comes back threefold.
“People are coming into the program because they are looking to move up the corporate ladder,” said Nikkole McCartin, director, EMBA program, Lee Business School, University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV). [Read the full story.]
Recent Nevada Education Features
The Evolution of Medical Education in Nevada
In November, the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) School of Medicine began accepting applications and interviewing students who will start their medical school education in summer 2017. [Read More]
Education Outlook: Addressing the Tough Questions
Students are more than test scores, they’re the future of Nevada’s population and workforce. Schools are more than buildings, they are part of the state’s economy and essential to economic development. [Read More]
Raising the Grade: Higher Education in the Silver State
Education, economy, workforce, workers: pieces of a puzzle that come together to form economic development for Nevada and the ability to make a living for each individual. [Read More]
Nevada Education Resources
Nevada Department of Education: With a mission to improve student achievement and educator effectiveness by ensuring opportunities, facilitating learning, and promoting excellence.
Nevada Annual Reports of Accountability: This website will provide you with State, district and school level data via customizable reports.
Nevada System of Higher Education: Preparing our state's K-12 students for the rigors of a college education through Nevada's adoption of the Common Core State Standards (also known as the Nevada Academic Content Standards) is a top priority for NSHE.