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|[[File:School Board badge.png|center|150px|link=Nevada school districts]]<center>[[List of school districts in Nevada|'''List of school districts in Nevada''']]</center><hr>
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!style="background-color: #ECEBED"| State profile
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|<center>'''Number of students:''' 439,277 <br> '''Number of schools:''' 631 <br> '''Number of school districts:''' 17 <br> '''Graduation rate:''' 62.0% <br> '''Per-pupil spending:''' $7,716</center>
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!style="background-color: #ECEBED"| State school administration
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|<center>'''State Superintendent:''' [[Rorie Fitzpatrick]] <br> '''State Board President:''' Elaine Wynn <br> '''State Board Members:''' 11</center>
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|<center>[[Nevada school districts#Quick facts|Quick facts]] <br> [[Nevada school districts#School board elections|School board elections]] <br> [[Nevada school districts#External links|External links]] <br> [[Nevada school districts#References|References]]</center>
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|<small><center>[[Portal:School board elections|School board elections]] <br> [[List of school districts in Nevada]] <br> [[Nevada]]</center></small>
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'''Nevada''' is home to 17 school districts, 631 schools and 439,277 K-12 students.
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==Quick facts==
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===State school administrators===
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*[[Nevada Superintendent of Public Instruction|Superintendent of Public Instruction]]: [[Rorie Fitzpatrick]]<ref>[http://www.doe.nv.gov/About/NDE_Superintendent_Page/ ''Nevada Department of Education,'' "Interim Superintendent of Public Instruction," accessed August 7, 2013]</ref>
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*State Board of Education:<ref>[http://www.doe.nv.gov/State_Board_Education_Members/ ''Nevada Department of Education,'' "State Board of Education Members 2013," accessed August 7, 2013]</ref>
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**Elaine Wynn, ''President''
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**Allison Serafin, ''Vice President''
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**Thad S. Ballard
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**Dave Cook
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**Stavan Corbett
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**Alexis Gonzales-Black
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**Freeman Holbrook
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**Kevin Melcher
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**Kamryn Mock
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**Mark Newburn
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**Richard Stokes
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===Enrollment, academics, and spending===
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The following table displays the top ten Nevada school districts by total student enrollment, Academic Performance Index (API) scores, and per-pupil spending per Average Daily Attendance (ADA).
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! style="background-color:#00008B; color: white;" | Student enrollment
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! style="background-color:#00008B; color: white;" | Academic Performance Index scores
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! style="background-color:#00008B; color: white;" | Per-pupil spending per ADA
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| 1.) [[Los Angeles Unified School District, California|Los Angeles Unified]] || 1.) [[Hillsborough City School District, California|Hillsborough City]] || 1.) [[New Jerusalem School District, California|New Jerusalem]]
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| 2.) [[San Diego Unified School District, California|San Diego Unified]] || 2.) [[Woodside Elementary School District, California|Woodside Elementary]] || 2.) [[Spencer Valley Elementary School District, California|Spencer Valley Elementary]]
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| 3.) [[Long Beach Unified School District, California|Long Beach Unified]] || 3.) [[Los Altos School District, California|Los Altos]] || 3.) [[Big Sur Unified School District, California|Big Sur Unified]]
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| 4.) [[Fresno Unified School District, California|Fresno Unified]] || 4.) [[Saratoga Union Elementary School District, California|Saratoga Union Elementary]] || 4.) [[Mineral School District, California|Mineral]]
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| 5.) [[Elk Grove Unified School District, California|Elk Grove Unified]] || 5.) [[Orinda Union Elementary School District, California|Orinda Union Elementary]] || 5.) [[Indian Springs Elementary School District, California|Indian Springs Elementary]]
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| 6.) [[Santa Ana Unified School District|Santa Ana Unified]] || 6.) [[Santa Clara Elementary School District, California|Santa Clara Elementary]] || 6.) [[Sausalito Marin City School District, California|Sausalito Marin City]]
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| 7.) [[San Francisco Unified School District, California|San Francisco Unified]] || 7.) [[Lakeside Joint School District, California|Lakeside Joint]] || 7.) [[Kashia Elementary School District, California|Kashia Elementary]]
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| 8.) [[San Bernardino City Unified School District, California|San Bernardino City Unified]] || 8.) [[Las Lomitas Elementary School District, California|Las Lomitas Elementary]] || 8.) [[Belridge School District, California|Belridge]]
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| 9.) [[Corona-Norco Unified School District, California|Corona-Norco Unified]] || 9.) [[Moraga School District, California|Moraga]] || 9.) [[La Grange School District, California|La Grange]]
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| 10.) [[Capistrano Unified School District, California|Capistrano Unified]] || 10.) [[Reed Union Elementary School District, California|Reed Union Elementary]] || 10.) [[Feather Falls Union Elementary School District, California|Feather Falls Union Elementary]]
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===Demographics===
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The following table displays the ethnic distribution of students in Nevada.<ref>[http://www.nevadareportcard.com/ ''Nevada Annual Reports of Accountability,'' "State of Nevada - Demographic Profile," accessed August 7, 2013," accessed August 7, 2013]</ref>
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| Hispanic || 174,033 || 39.6%
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| White || 164,378 || 37.4%
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| African American || 42,347 || 9.6%
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| Asian || 24,796 || 5.6%
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| Two or More Races || 23,182 || 5.4%
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| Pacific Islander || 5,516 || 1.3%
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| American Indian/Alaska Native || 5,025 || 1.1%
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==School board elections==
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===Upcoming elections===
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: See also: [[List of school board elections in 2014]]
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In 2014, three of the top enrollment school districts in Nevada will hold elections for a total of nine school board seats across the state. These three school districts will hold their elections on November 4, 2014.
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==See also==
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*[[Portal:School board elections|School board elections portal]]
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*[[List of school districts in Nevada]]
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*[[Nevada]]
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==External links==
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{{submit a link}}
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* [http://nvsos.gov/ Nevada Secretary of State]
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* [http://www.doe.nv.gov/ Nevada Department of Education]
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* [http://www.nvasb.org/ Nevada Association of School Boards]
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* [http://www.nsea-nv.org/ Nevada State Education Association]
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* [http://nces.ed.gov/ccd/districtsearch/ National Center for Education Statistics school district search tool]
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==References==
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Revision as of 11:29, 7 August 2013

School Board badge.png
List of school districts in Nevada

State profile
Number of students: 439,277
Number of schools: 631
Number of school districts: 17
Graduation rate: 62.0%
Per-pupil spending: $7,716
State school administration
State Superintendent: Rorie Fitzpatrick
State Board President: Elaine Wynn
State Board Members: 11
Table of Contents
Quick facts
School board elections
External links
References
See also
School board elections
List of school districts in Nevada
Nevada
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Nevada is home to 17 school districts, 631 schools and 439,277 K-12 students.

Quick facts

State school administrators

Enrollment, academics, and spending

The following table displays the top ten Nevada school districts by total student enrollment, Academic Performance Index (API) scores, and per-pupil spending per Average Daily Attendance (ADA).

Student enrollment Academic Performance Index scores Per-pupil spending per ADA
1.) Los Angeles Unified 1.) Hillsborough City 1.) New Jerusalem
2.) San Diego Unified 2.) Woodside Elementary 2.) Spencer Valley Elementary
3.) Long Beach Unified 3.) Los Altos 3.) Big Sur Unified
4.) Fresno Unified 4.) Saratoga Union Elementary 4.) Mineral
5.) Elk Grove Unified 5.) Orinda Union Elementary 5.) Indian Springs Elementary
6.) Santa Ana Unified 6.) Santa Clara Elementary 6.) Sausalito Marin City
7.) San Francisco Unified 7.) Lakeside Joint 7.) Kashia Elementary
8.) San Bernardino City Unified 8.) Las Lomitas Elementary 8.) Belridge
9.) Corona-Norco Unified 9.) Moraga 9.) La Grange
10.) Capistrano Unified 10.) Reed Union Elementary 10.) Feather Falls Union Elementary

Demographics

The following table displays the ethnic distribution of students in Nevada.[3]

Ethnicity Number of students Percentage
Hispanic 174,033 39.6%
White 164,378 37.4%
African American 42,347 9.6%
Asian 24,796 5.6%
Two or More Races 23,182 5.4%
Pacific Islander 5,516 1.3%
American Indian/Alaska Native 5,025 1.1%

School board elections

Upcoming elections

See also: List of school board elections in 2014

In 2014, three of the top enrollment school districts in Nevada will hold elections for a total of nine school board seats across the state. These three school districts will hold their elections on November 4, 2014.

See also

External links

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