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Policy Issues in Nevada Education

Since 2015, faculty members within the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) College of Education have authored a series of policy papers with the intent of informing thoughtful policy discussions around the most pressing educational issues in Nevada.

The Center for Research, Evaluation, and Assessment (CREA) and the National Institute for the Advancement of Education (NIAE) are taking the lead on publishing a new set of policy papers for the 2022-2023 academic year.

CREA and NIAE will release a series of evidence reviews throughout the 2022-2023 academic year. In addition, CREA and NIAE will sponsor an ongoing new research series for research performed by UNLV faculty with Nevada policy implications.

For questions regarding this series, email createam@unlv.edu or niae@unlv.edu.


Effective Teacher Pathways Programs

Peter D. Wiens, Ph.D.
Volume 5, Issue 4


Homegrown Teacher Pathways: A Review of Promising Practices Related to T/T CTE

Iesha Jackson, Ed.D. and Doris L. Watson, Ph.D.
Volume 5, Issue 3


Addressing the Teacher Shortage: The Nevada Educator Preparation Institute & Collaborative (NV-EPIC) as Educator Preparation Accompaniment

Nate Koerber, Ph.D., Noah Romero, Ph.D., Gina Delgado, Ph.D., and Kenneth Varner, Ph.D.
Volume 5, Issue 2


Making Nevada Schools Safer: The State of Empirical Evidence

Jacob D. Skousen, Ed. D.
Volume 5, Issue 1

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