Washoe County School District Superintendent Pedro Martinez will address the "State of Education" on Wednesday night.
During last year's address, Martinez talked about boosting graduation rates, early intervention tutoring and Assembly Bill 46 - the measure that would have raised property taxes by $8 a month per average household. That money would have been used to generate $20-million to improve aging schools, but the bill expired January 1st - nearly two months after the Washoe County Commission acted not to vote.
So, how is the state of education in Washoe County looking for 2014? We'll find out Wednesday at 6pm at Reno High School located at 395 Booth Street.
Channel 2 plans to have a crew there - you can look for a full report on Channel 2 News at 11pm.