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Nevada is lacking a coherent strategy designed to provide all school age children with the opportunity to receive a high-quality education. Over the past five years Nevada Succeeds has been working closely with stakeholders all over the state to do our part to build a...

“They are working together for one purpose, and they can see that.”

— Principal Jackie Richardson

Crestwood Elementary School Principal Jackie Richardson leads a Title I school at the center of the Las Vegas Valley, just west of Eastern Avenue. The school’s student popul...

Nye County Schools Superintendent Dale Norton oversees the operations of one of the nation’s largest school districts when measured by geographic size. The district’s largest cities, Pahrump and Tonopah, are separated by 166 miles of two-lane driving through much of ru...

The collective education and education policy reform community have been talking about and using the words “teacher leadership” for years, but when I ask different stakeholders what teacher leadership is and how it is formally recognized and understood in the context o...

Today we’re providing you with an update about key dates and concepts driving the search for a new Clark County School District Superintendent to replace Pat Skorkowsky, who is set to retire in June 2018.

We will continue to provide you with regular updates throughout t...

ANDREW DAVEY, NEVADA FORWARD, OCTOBER 16, 2017

Read this article on Nevada Forward.

How do we improve public education in Nevada? As the President of Nevada Succeeds, Brent Husson works on answering this question every day. We spoke with Husson recently about how he and...

Jim Fossett is in his second year as the principal at Tonopah High School, working to transform the school 210 miles north of Las Vegas into a collaborative environment, where teachers meet weekly one-on-one with each of the school’s 115 students.

Tonopah is an old Neva...

A couple of weeks ago The Condition of College and Career Readiness 2017 report was released by ACT. The report looks at how well students who took the 2016-2017 ACT are prepared for college and a career. It also breaks down the report by state.

Nevada did not score ver...

September 21, 2017

Watch Nevada Succeeds' President Brent Husson on Inside Education discussing Superintendent Pat Skorkowsky's retirement and what this means for the Clark County School District.

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After teaching for thirty years in Nevada’s schools, I was heartened to read Meredith Smith’s blog last week, “We Can’t Wait.” I envision seeing Nevada in the top ten of national education rankings. I know that we have the expertise needed to see effective learning in...