A report this week from a financial analysis company says Nevada has the 6th worst school system in America.
The personal finance website WalletHub compared the 50 states and the District of Columbia across 25 measures of quality and safety.
The data set ranged from pupil-teacher ratio to dropout rate and median standardized test scores.
Nevada scored 48th in pupil-teacher ratio and 51st in median ACT score.
Education officials have blamed the dip in ACT scores on a state law that made it mandatory for all 11th graders to take the ACT starting in 2017.
Nevada is one of 17 states that requires students to take the ACT before graduation.