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Early Childhood Education Report
7 out of 10 Clark County children between the ages of 3 and 4 are not enrolled in early education centers. High quality early education programs helps children enter elementary school prepared to learn and read and helps parents earn more and miss less work. This report provides an overview of challenges and solutions aimed at improving early childhood education in Southern Nevada.
High School Achievement Report
Clark County School District has a graduation rate of 74%, and the State of Nevada has some of the lowest graduation rates in the United States. The district struggles with gaps in student achievement for male, Hispanic, black, low-income, and other students. This report provides an overview of challenges and solutions aimed at improving high school graduation rates in Southern Nevada.
High School Achievement Map
How does your local high school measure up? Schools in different geographic zones have variances in graduation rates. Five of the six neighborhood high schools with graduation rates below 74% draw students from North Las Vegas and areas east of Las Vegas Boulevard. To find out how your local school measures up, explore our interactive map.
Post-Secondary Attainment Report
Approximately 30% of Clark County residents hold a post-secondary degree, one of the lowest rates in the entire Mountain West. Financial aid and support throughout college can help address this challenge. This report provides an overview of challenges and solutions aimed at improving post-secondary attainment in Southern Nevada.