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NSLP Overview


ATTENTION: We will not report results to the Department of Education or to districts if you do not have a teacher's license number. The Nevada Department of Education cannot remove provisions without a Nevada teacher's license.

If you do not yet have your teacher's license, please keep your official test results memo for verification. It will be your responsibility to give the letter to the Department of Education and the district(s) of your choice. You can go to the Nevada Teacher Licensure Verification website to find out your teacher licensure number.

If you need additional copies of test results, please do the following: (a) send us a request, including your full name, address, and the approximate date you took the exam, and (b) include a signed, $10 cashier's check or money order, payable to the "Board of Regents," to:

Nevada School Law Project
1664 N Virginia St
MS / 0283
Reno, NV 89557

The Nevada  School Law Project (NSLP) at the University of Nevada, Reno administers tests that assist teachers in removing 3 specific provisions from their licenses: Nevada School Law (0001), Nevada Constitution (0002), and the U.S. Constitution (0003). We provide both General Exam Sessions and Monthly Exam Sessions. All three exams noted above are offered at every testing session.

General Exam Sessions are offered 2-3 Saturdays a year and typically have fairly high enrollment. Register for a General Exam
Monthly Exam Sessions are offered 2-3 times per month, all year long and have lower enrollment. Register for a Monthly Special Exam

Please continue to check our website for exam dates. We require online registration and payment for all General Exam Sessions; if you register for a Monthly Exam Session, you will pay before taking the test(s).

IMPORTANT NOTE: We have updated the Nevada School Law Handbook for Teachers and a 2016 edition of the study guide will be available at both the Reno and Las Vegas bookstores starting in the middle of August. If you plan on taking your exam(s) in October 2016 or any month after that, you will need to purchase the updated guide. New tests are currently being written and they will be based off of the NEW handbook, not the 2013 edition (pink cover). You are responsible for purchasing the new study guide.

 

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