Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval, in his Tuesday night State of the State address, referred to the $115 million in new investment for the Nevada System of Higher Education as “strategic.
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The Education Savings Account program got a $60 million commitment from Gov. Brian Sandoval, and more than 11,000 students could be covered under the program if all that money goes toward the vouchers.
Gov. Brian Sandoval’s budget proposal partially addresses the weighted student funding formula that the Clark County School District sees as critical to its reorganization efforts.
Legacy Traditional Schools was set to break ground on its first Nevada campus in North Las Vegas.
Nominations are still open for the second annual Heart of Education Awards, which recognizes outstanding Clark County teachers for their service in public education.
Contrary to what you might have heard, Education Savings Accounts are not dead. They’re very much alive. And they’ll be back again this summer — if Republican Gov. Brian Sandoval wants it so.
At the Kids Co-op Preschool, parents assist in classrooms and serve on various committees tasked with different responsibilities. In exchange, they receive a lower tuition.
The Clark County School District Police Department and Jaguar Land Rover Las Vegas teamed up Saturday to raise awareness about cycling safety and give away bicycle helmets.
The search for a new Desert Research Institute president is nearing its end, as two finalists were named Saturday. The candidates — Kristen Averyt, associate director for Science at the University of Colorado, Boulder, and Philip Mote, director of the Oregon Climate Change Research Institute — will visit the DRI campuses in Las Vegas and Reno from Thursday to Jan. 24.
The state treasurer’s office can continue to accept applications for the Education Savings Account program after a judge clarified an injunction order to more closely align with a state Supreme Court decision that found only the funding source unconstitutional.
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