In alignment with both Federal and State education laws, the Nevada State Assessment System ensures all public school students, no matter where they attend public school, receive a quality education.
The Office of Career Readiness, Adult Learning, and Education Options develops and supports innovative educational opportunities for students to acquire skills for productive employment and lifelong learning.
The goal of OELD is all children birth through 3rd grade have access to quality early care and education across a variety of program settings. The office coordinates state-level reform efforts, which are part of a national initiative, to transform how young children learn.
NDE’s values of equity, access to quality, success, inclusivity, community, and transparency guide all that we do. As part of our commitment to those values, we strive to provide responsive customer service as we are committed to expanding the size and diversity of Nevada’s educator workforce.
Family engagement is a shared responsibility between schools, families, and communities where all receive equitable access to tools and supports needed to successfully work together toward the development of children and youth for college, career, and lifelong learning.
The Nevada Department of Education (NDE), Office of Inclusive Education (OIE) is committed to ensuring that ALL students in Nevada are college- and career- ready upon exit from the public school system.
The Office of Indian Education provides technical assistance and direction to school districts and schools in the unique needs of American Indian (AI) students, as well as collaborates with tribes and organizations throughout Nevada to ensure student achievement for AI students.
The PCFP for the first time combines specific local and state revenues to provide a guaranteed basic level of financial support for each pupil to receive a reasonably equal education opportunity, regardless of which county they live in. The PCFP determines and financial support to every public school district, charter, and university school across the state.
Collaborate to ensure that all, regardless of any differing characteristic, work and learn in a safe and respectful learning environment.
The office of Student and School Supports offers an array of programs, and works in partnership with schools and districts to support and improve teaching and learning to help students achieve in a safe and academically challenging environment.
Nevada Academic Content Standards serve as expectations for what students should know and be able to do by the end of each school year.