State Digital Learning Plan
Nevada has a state digital learning plan.
Nevada has an independent state level educational technology plan. The state revises the plan every 5 years.
State Requirements for District Digital Learning Plans
Nevada has requirements for districts for digital learning plans.
Independent district level educational technology plans are required by Nevada and are revised every 3 years. The state provides planning support through e-mail and website support. The district technology plans are used as part of the bienniel needs assessment and may also be approved so districts may plan for eRate.
Digital Learning Standards for Students
Nevada has digital learning standards for students.
Nevada Ready 21 transforms K-12 education by engaging all students in a personalized, learner-centered education. By purposefully infusing technology into students’ daily experience, Nevada Ready 21 teachers will provide students with a 21st Century education that builds a vibrant, diverse economy. This plan provides a blueprint for implementing one-to-one student computing in Nevada schools. The plan is approved by the Nevada Commission on Educational Technology and provides a vision for implementing 1:1 in Nevada schools. The Nevada Legislature allocated $20 million to the program for the 2016 and 2017 fiscal years.