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|Has the state adopted leadership standards?||Yes. Nevada has adopted the School Administrator Instructional Leadership Standards and Indicators.||Nev. Admin. Code 391.572|
|Which state entity approves traditional school leader preparation programs?||Nevada Commission on Professional Standards in Education||Nev. Rev. Stat. Ann. § 391.019|
|Does state policy require school leader preparation programs to align with adopted standards?||Yes. Programs preparing education personnel must align with the School Administrator Instructional Leadership Standards and Indicators and relevant national standards.||Source|
|Does state policy require field experience as part of school leader preparation programs?||No state policy found. However, candidates prepared for a Professional Administrator of a School Endorsement are required to complete an internship or field experience.||Nev. Admin. Code 391.170|
|Does state policy allow for innovative or experimental preparation programs?||No state policy found.|
|Certification and Licensure|
|What are the initial school leader certification requirements?||To qualify for an Administrator of a School Endorsement, a candidate must:
Note: If a candidate holds a master's degree in a subject other than educational administration, he/she must complete an additional 12 semester hours of graduate courses.
|Nev. Admin. Code 391.170|
|What are the requirements for school leaders licensed out-of-state?||Out-of-state applicants holding a valid, comparable license issued by another state may be issued a Nevada license pursuant to a reciprocal agreement with another state, if that state has been approved by the commission.||Nev. Admin. Code 391.170|
|Is there an alternative route to initial certification?||An institution of higher education or any other provider may seek approval to offer an alternative route for the licensure of administrators. State policy provides additional requirements.||Nev. Admin. Code 391.461|