Distance Learning Programs
Distance Learning Approved Program Provide
School districts and charter schools must be
approved to provide distance education.
Program Application & Guidelines
Distance Learning Courses
Course Application & Guidelines
All Distance Learning Courses must be approved
and must align to the Nevada Academic Content Standards which includes ELA,
Math, Science, Social Studies,
World Language, Integrated Technology and Computer Science, Fine Arts, Health,
and Physical Education. Additionally, all courses that are part of CTE programs
must also be aligned to the CTE standards. It is the responsibility of the
vendor to update courses when new standards have been revised and adopted in
Nevada one year after the formal adoption by the Nevada State Board of
Education. Materials used for courses
must be open and accessible and follow copyright regulations. Copyright
violations could cause denial of course.
The NDE Distance Learning Course Application is open from August 15 - September 30. Courses will not be accepted outside the open submission periods, no exceptions.
Nevada Department of Education has the right to request documentation for a course review at any time.
Nevada Department of Education can remove a course from the approved list at any time.
If submitting Advanced Placement courses, the standard - course alignment must be completed AND the approval letter from college board be submitted with application.
Please complete every section of the application in its entirety, or delays will occur in the review process. Detailed description of each step of the review process is in the application and provided in the Nevada Distance Learning Course Review Process.
CTE Submissions: All CTE courses must be reviewed and approved by the CTE Office. Completed CTE course application should be emailed to Jennifer Fisk at email@example.com for review. If you have any questions regarding CTE courses, please contact Jennifer Fisk at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Approved Course Provider List
Building a District or School Educational Technology Plan
This resource provides the outline for collaboration to develop an educational technology plan for a state, district, or school. This resource was developed by the State Educational Technology Directors' Association (SETDA).