UNLV President Len Jessup says university officials should think twice before hosting another presidential debate now that they know the pricetag for providing the venue for the Oct. 19 faceoff between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.
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Charter schools aren’t eligible for the Nevada’s achievement district, which has irked opponents of the initiative with this question: How can the state bring more charters to Clark County when there are ones here that already aren’t working?
The American Civil Liberties Union of Nevada has taken issue with the state treasurer’s office for continuing to accept Education Savings Account applications, two months after the Supreme Court had struck down the funding part of the program.
Combine educational issues with Nevada’s upcoming legislative session and you’ve got a scene straight from the movie “Jerry Maguire”: Show me the money.
A letter sent by student and community activists to UNLV President Len Jessup on Friday called for the removal of a part-time math instructor who said in a Facebook post that he would alert Immigration and Customs Enforcement about anyone in his class who may have come into the country illegally.
A discussion and subsequent call for a vote surrounding a decrease in enhanced funding at the state’s community colleges caused one education official to accuse the Nevada Board of Regents of violating the state’s open meeting law Friday.
George Buch, a part-time math instructor at UNLV, has embroiled the university in a national immigration debate that was a focus of the presidential campaign and appears to have been reignited across the country in recent days.
Sunrise Hospital and Medical Center trauma unit teamed Thursday with public safety leaders and first responders to underscore why teens should abstain from impaired driving.
UNLV received a $1.4 million federal grant to research the design, construction and maintenance of future high-speed rail projects, U.S. Sen Harry Reid, D-Nevada, and Rep. Dina Titus, D-Las Vegas, announced on Thursday.
A national pharmaceutical company has donated drug-deactivation pouches to help combat prescription opioid abuse in Southern Nevada through a new partnership with Roseman University of Health Sciences.
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