Nevada has again ranked last in the nation for education — but state education officials don’t want the public to despair.
The Silver State landed at 51st out of the 50 states and the District of Columbia in Education Week magazine’s latest Quality Counts report, frequently used as a national comparison for the quality of public education in each state.
Like last year, the state earned an overall grade of D — below the country’s national C grade. - Las Vegas Review-Journal
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