Nevada

State Policies

Policy Area State Policy
Arts as Core Academic Subject

Not found in statute or code.

Early Childhood Arts Ed State Standards Nevada Pre-K Standards (2010)
Elementary & Secondary Arts Ed State Standards

Nevada Fine Arts Standards (2000)

Arts Ed Instructional Requirement - Elementary

Academic Subjects: Except as otherwise provided in this subsection, in addition to the core academic subjects, the following subjects must be taught as applicable for grade levels and to the extent practicable in all public schools, the Caliente Youth Center, the Nevada Youth Training Center and any other state facility for the detention of children that is operated pursuant to title 5 of NRS: (a) The arts. (Nev. Rev. Stat. § 389.018)

Elementary School: The State Board of Education prescribes the following courses of study for elementary schools: (f) Art and (g) Music. (Nev. Admin. Code § 389.195)

Arts Ed Instructional Requirement - Middle

Academic Subjects: Except as otherwise provided in this subsection, in addition to the core academic subjects, the following subjects must be taught as applicable for grade levels and to the extent practicable in all public schools, the Caliente Youth Center, the Nevada Youth Training Center and any other state facility for the detention of children that is operated pursuant to title 5 of NRS: (a) The arts. (Nev. Rev. Stat. § 389.018)

Elementary School: The State Board of Education prescribes the following courses of study for elementary schools: (f) Art and (g) Music. (Nev. Admin. Code § 389.195)

Arts Ed Instructional Requirement - High School Academic Subjects: Except as otherwise provided in this subsection, in addition to the core academic subjects, the following subjects must be taught as applicable for grade levels and to the extent practicable in all public schools, the Caliente Youth Center, the Nevada Youth Training Center and any other state facility for the detention of children that is operated pursuant to title 5 of NRS: (a) The arts. (Nev. Rev. Stat. § 389.018)
Arts Requirements for High School Graduation

Not found in statute or code.

Arts Alternatives for High School Graduation

Prescribed Courses of Study: The State Board of Education prescribes the following courses of study for graduation from a public high school: (1) arts and humanities or career and technical education. (Nev. Admin. Code § 389.450)

Arts and Humanities: The required course of study in arts and humanities may be one of the following: visual arts, music, theater, foreign language or other courses submitted to and approved by the State Board of Education. (Nev. Admin. Code § 389.452)

Arts Ed Assessment Requirements

Not found in statute or code.

Arts Ed Requirements for State Accreditation

Not found in statute or code.

Licensure Requirements for Non-Arts Teachers

Not found in statute or code.

Licensure Requirements for Arts Teachers Endorsements: Endorsements [are available for] Art (Nev. Admin. Code § 391.215); Professional Teacher of Art (Nev. Admin. Code § 391.22); Music (Nev. Admin. Code § 391.270); Professional Teacher of Music (Nev. Admin. Code § 391.275); and Dance Education (Nev. Admin. Code § 391.282)
State Arts Ed Grant Program or School for Arts

Not found in statute or code.

Other State Arts Ed Policies

Not found in statute or code.

Links to Administrative Code

Nevada Administrative Code

Links to State Statutes

Nevada Revised Statutes

Arts Ed Surveys

Survey Info Description
Date of Survey

Not found

Date of Release/Publication

Not found

Population or Sample

Not found

Unit of Analysis (school or district)

Not found

Response Rate to Survey

Not found

Survey Report

Not found

Date of Past Survey

Not found

Public K-12 Education Indicators

Indicator Value
Total Enrollment

445,707

Pupil/Teacher Ratio

21.5

Per Pupil Expenditures

$9,421

% High School Graduation Rate

57.8%

% High School Drop-out Rate

10.5%

% Eligible for Free & Reduced Lunch

51.6%

% Minority Students

63.2%

% English Language Learners

15.7%

% Served Under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA)

11.3%