Important update:

On May 23, 2017 Governor Brian Sandoval signed into law Senate Bill 20, as passed by the 79th Session of the Nevada Legislature. Due to the legislative change, Nevada Educator License holders are no longer required to demonstrate knowledge of Nevada School Law, the Nevada Constitution, or the U.S. Constitution through testing or coursework to maintain a license. The new law requires any licensed educator who is employed by a Nevada school district (except substitutes, as they are exempt from the requirement) to complete training in Nevada School Law and the Nevada Constitution as a condition of continued employment.

For more information, please visit the Nevada Department of Education website.