To aid recruiting and ease the transition for community college students, Nevada State College announced Tuesday that it will have permanent offices on all three College of Southern Nevada campuses.
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As a high school student in North Las Vegas, Ivón Padilla-Rodriguez had to worry about more than her grades — she had to worry about where she would sleep at night.
Former Southern Nevada Water Authority boss Pat Mulroy will become a fellow at Brookings Mountain West and a faculty associate of Desert Research Institute, the organizations announced Tuesday.
UNLVino founders Jerry Vallen and Larry Ruvo will be honored for 40 years of success Saturday night at the event’s Grand Tasting.
A 22-year-old former long-term substitute teacher at Hyde Park Middle School will plead guilty to charges she had an affair with a 15-year-old male student, her lawyer said Friday.
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The Clark County School Board approved a $2.2 billion budget for the 2014-15 school year on Thursday that includes money for more teachers, assistant principals, deans, buses, school support staff and full-day kindergarten classrooms.
The Clark County School District plans to hire 2,000 new teachers for next school year, rivaling the hiring effort for this school year which added 2,100 teachers and marked the district’s most intensive hiring effort since the enrollment boom days of 2005.
Along with celebrating its 10th anniversary this year, the city of Henderson Legal Minds program also had its 5,000th student March 26.
Maurice Gallagher, chairman of Las Vegas-based Allegiant Travel, offered some of his business philosophies Tuesday to students at the College of Southern Nevada. He spoke to about 50 students and faculty members on the Charleston campus.