The for-profit college chain ITT Educational Services, which operates two campuses in Southern Nevada, has stopped enrolling new students.
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Las Vegas Councilman Ricki Barlow and Mayor Carolyn Goodman are among the elected officials who will rededicate the historic building Saturday morning.
During a winding, five-hour discussion about how the Board of Regents governs the Nevada System of Higher Education and its eight institutions, regents weighed a plan to change how they oversee some schools.
Nevada’s higher education board convenes near Lake Tahoe on Thursday for a high-stakes special meeting to consider changing how the state’s colleges are governed.
A new report from ACT Inc., the private company that administers the college-entrance exam nationwide, shows Nevada performed the worst among 18 states that had moved from voluntary to mandatory participation in the test.
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After signing up for a tutor and cramming for a standardized reading test, Laura Elizabeth Vasquez was among Tuesday’s graduates, officially retiring her hamburger spatula for a high school diploma and better job.
The Clark County School District has no formal policy on how to accommodate transgender students, so Monday’s ruling by a federal judge in Texas appears to have no immediate impact on the use of bathrooms and locker rooms in public schools here.
Clark County School District will collect more than $5 million after settling a lawsuit dating from 2012, when an air conditioning contractor abandoned the projects and declared bankruptcy.
The Bump Up initiative, launched last spring at the College of Southern Nevada, is a mentorship program that strives to help more black and Latino men stay in school and earn degrees.