A report detailing priorities for Assembly Republicans outlined the need to bolster Nevada’s higher education gap through expanding access and investments.
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A study released Thursday by LendEDU — a marketplace for student loan refinancing — reveals that Republican and Democratic lawmakers differ significantly on issues that affect student debt.
A team of five current and former UNLV students won the $10,000 grand prize at the Smart Cities Hackathon competition during the Consumer Electronics Show last month — and provided the city of Las Vegas a more efficient way of identifying faulty streetlights.
The Nevada Legislature has joined the attorney general’s office in claiming that the Clark County School District violated open meeting law when it sued the state over provisions in the reorganization effort.
The firm that owns the SAT college entrance exam is boosting security around the world following test-stealing and other cheating in recent years.
A new report released Wednesday by the College Board shows 22.5 percent of Nevada high school students passed advanced placement exams — slightly higher than the national average.
“It’s just been a rough year,” Principal Travis Warnick told the Las Vegas Review-Journal on Tuesday. “Thankfully we’re a pretty tightknit family, and we’ve leaned on each other to get through.”
Embattled Trustee Kevin Child has called for a forensic audit of the multibillion dollar Clark County School District over questions he has about how taxpayer money is being spent.
Clark County School District police are investigating graffiti of a swastika and other symbols that were spray-painted on two doors at Cheyenne High School sometime during the three-day weekend.
School districts would be able to lease buses and middle and high school students would be surveyed about drug and alcohol use under a pair of bills introduced Tuesday by state Sen. Patricia Farley, I-Las Vegas.