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For some families with nonverbal autistic children, the best way to ensure their protection in the classroom is to install video cameras that monitor their interaction with adults.
Applying for financial aid can be a pain. But the federal government will start allowing students to file their applications three months earlier, aiming to make the messy process a little easier to handle.
When John Haynal took the reins of Roundy Elementary School three years ago, state education officials had just identified the central valley campus as one of 39 schools with the greatest need of academic intervention.
Nevada education officials have approved a plan to develop an outdated apartment complex near the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, advancing efforts to house as many as 740 additional students near the campus by 2017.
Some teachers use their summer break to go on vacation. Teresa Beaver, a science teacher at Lawrence Junior High School, used hers to go to space camp.
When about 18,000 Clark County teachers collect their first paycheck of the new school year Thursday, many may be shocked they're banking less than they did last year.
Business strategy classes planned
The Clark County School District wants the public to think like a trustee as it drafts a priority list of how to spend $4.1 billion over the next decade on new schools or replacements and renovations for aging facilities.
A group of five parents have filed the second lawsuit against the state that challenges Nevada's new private school choice program, which many consider to be the most aggressive in the country.
The business school of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas this year boasts a higher ranking among the nation's top undergraduate business programs, according to 2016 college ratings released today by U.S. News & World Report.
Bombed the SAT? Not to worry. A growing number of schools -- about 850 and counting -- no longer require applicants to submit their scores.
Like many who struggle to find student-friendly housing options near the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, recent graduate Drew Brunson once endured tedious commutes that made it difficult to socialize outside class.
An elected member of the Nevada Board of Regents is amending his 1995 University of Nevada, Reno dissertation following the discovery that more than four pages of it were copied from an uncited California report.
CARSON CITY — Gov. Brian Sandoval on Friday asked Attorney General Adam Laxalt to use all resources available to seek an expedited hearing on the lawsuit filed by the American Civil Liberties Union of Nevada challenging legislation that establishes the Education Savings Account program in the state.
The Clark County School District again will ask a judge to dismiss a lawsuit filed last year by the family of a Henderson middle school student who killed herself after she suffered months of bullying.
As the state attempts to patch an educator pipeline problem, more than a dozen school districts and education groups in Nevada will receive nearly $5 million to fund training and retention efforts for teachers and principals.
Students from Cannon Junior High School were bused Thursday afternoon to a neighboring high school campus after the middle school's air conditioning broke, the Clark County School District said.
The Clark County School District will settle a lawsuit filed on behalf of a student prevented from forming an anti-abortion club at West Career and Technical Academy, according to a Chicago-based law firm that represents the students.
More than 24,000 teachers in Nevada may receive a reimbursement of about $100 for out-of-pocket expenses spent on school supplies.
City National Bank donates school supplies, makes Touro University donation
A proposal to rename the three campuses of the College of Southern Nevada was approved Tuesday by an advisory panel of local community leaders, clearing its last hurdle before heading to state education officials for final consideration.
A hired consultant has cleared Nevada higher education Chancellor Dan Klaich of any wrongdoing in his handling of a report critical of his agency.