Education Stakeholders For nearly two decades, the Nevada Education Data Book has been a reliable one-stop resource for data concerning K-12 and higher education in Nevada. Every two years, more than 200 hard copies are put in the hands of Nevada’s policymakers and education leaders, and the online version is accessed every day by researchers, journalists, and citizens. Through its first 15 months on the web, the 2015 Nevada Education
Nevada PTA’s Nominating Committee is elected at each Nevada PTA Convention that is held in an even numbered year. It is tasked with searching for applicants to serve on Nevada PTA’s Board of Managers; the process begins in November of the year that they are elected.Nominees for the following state leadership positions will be elected in April 2015. They will serve a two year term that begins at the end
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Make sure when you are planning your programs this year you keep in mind the Six National Standards for Family-School Partnerships and remember that PTA is about Family Engagement, NOT fundraising. Here are the National Standards and some great ideas to help you meet those standards: Standard 1—Welcoming All Families into the School Community Establish a PTA welcoming committee responsible for identifying ways to make all families feel welcome –
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Founders Day, Is a reminder of the substantial role that PTA has played locally, regionally, and nationally insupporting parent involvement and working on behalf of all children and families. It’s a time to reflect and take pride in our many accomplishments, and to renew our commitment to be a powerful voice for all children, a relevant resource for parents, and a strong advocate for public education.PTA’s founders Phoebe Apperson Hearst