Since 2000, the Children’s Advocacy Alliance has painted the picture of Nevada children by gathering and publicizing information on child well-being indicators through the Nevada Children’s Report Card. The purpose of the report card is to provide a general understanding of how we, as a state, are taking care of our children. The CAA uses the data gathered in the report card to assist in educating policymakers and the general public about efforts needed in our state to support and improve services for children and families.
The 2016 Children’s Report Card was released on September 2016. Click here to view the Report Card.
CORRECTION: Please note that the correct grade for High School Completion under the Education section should be a D+, with Nevada ranking 15th (with 21 other states) for high school dropouts in 2014 at 4%. This change does not affect the overall Education Grade of F or the overall Report Grade of D. We apologize for the error and have corrected the section in the electronic version of the Report Card that can be accessed via the link above.