Effective July 1, 2017: A student may count the following courses for a 4th year math OR 3rd year science graduation requirement: an AP Computer Science course, a CTE computer science course, or a CS course from an approved community college or university. BUT they must have already passed their math and science courses that require an EOC.
Effective July 1, 2017: Computer science must count as a math OR science credit towards the requirements for the Millennium Scholarship.
Effective July 1, 2017: Creation of a computer science sub committee of the Governor’s STEM Advisory Council to advise the State Board, Academic Standards Council, Charter Authority, COPS, trustees, on CS curriculum, PD, and licensing (board members).
Effective July 1, 2017: FY 17/18 Appropriations - Clark $700K, Washoe $100K, rural/charter $200K*
* FY 18 Appropriations were as follows:
- Clark - $700,000.00
- Washoe - $100,000.00
- Nye in consortium with Storey, White Pine, Lincoln, Churchill, & Pershing - $100,701.61
- Carson City in consortium with Douglas and Lyon - $18,886.93
- Esmeralda - $16,783.60
- Mater Academy - $16,783.60
- Doral Academy - $16,783.60
- Legacy Traditional - $12,865.66
- Elko Institute AA - $10,195.00
- Discovery Charter - $5000.00
- Beacon Academy - $2,000.00
Grant allocations can be requested by districts and public charters (all schools under the same charter NAME are deemed as one entity)