Attorneys Katelyn Leece and Alissa Cooley work at UNLV's Thomas & Mack Legal Clinic representing dozens of minors who illegally entered the country without a parent or guardian.
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Tensions started to bubble over Monday as state lawmakers began digging into the details of how they might break up the Clark County School District.
Kathleen Sandoval, Nevada's first lady, has been named to the governing board of the Davidson Academy, a free public school for profoundly gifted middle and high school students.
For weeks, high-profile protests at college campuses across the country have forced schools to have uncomfortable conversations about race and diversity.
Book learning and theoretical scenarios can take law students only so far. So a trio of judges came to the University of Nevada, Las Vegas on Thursday to show the Nevada Court of Appeals in action.
The state treasurer's office has pushed back against the legal argument that it cannot expand early eligibility for Nevada's new school choice program to active-duty military families and for kindergartners before they attend school for the first time.
Coral Academy of Science Las Vegas recently announced Candyce Farthing as the new chief academic officer.
Months after systemic computer glitches hampered statewide student testing in spring, the Nevada Department of Education on Wednesday will release preliminary scores for the fraction of students who actually completed the standardized tests.
Reacting to nationwide protests on university campuses over perceived racial bias, more than 200 UNLV students and faculty gathered Tuesday to confront administrators with a litany of demands aimed at bolstering the school's multiculturalism efforts.
Parents, school officials and members of the community are invited to see eighth-graders learn how to pay bills, manage their mortgages, determine childcare for their "kids" and much more at Capital One/Junior Achievement Finance Park.
When Maria Garcia was a senior at Eldorado High School, she wasn't sure if college was for her.
All recent U.S. military veterans and their families will now be offered in-state tuition rates to public colleges and universities throughout the country, the White Housesaid on Wednesday.
An existing law easing the school transition for children of military families outlines policy to allow a military exemption from the 100-day eligibility rule for Nevada's new school choice accounts, administration officials said.
Nevada's legal bill to defend its education savings account program grew exponentially Tuesday, but the attorney general's office said a $285,000 contract to continue using private legal counsel to assist in defending the new school choice program is a bargain.
After months of uncomfortable silence, Mallory Levins finally mustered the courage to speak up: Her colleague at the Nevada System of Higher Education, she told her bosses, had made a habit of masturbating at work while she was forced to listen.
Could today's children be the first generation to have shorter life spans than their parents?
When Joe Barbara isn't starring as Gyp DeCarlo and others in the hit musical "Jersey Boys" at Paris Las Vegas, he's at Bishop Gorman High School, helping students produce their closed-circuit TV show.
Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt has asked a Carson City judge to dismiss a second lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of the state's new education savings accounts, widely considered to be the most aggressive school-choice program in the country.
Before enrolling at UNLV, Daniel Waqar contemplated a list of faraway schools with far bigger price tags.
It may take faith to move mountains, but Faith Lutheran Middle School and High School is out to move a street. The school wants Clark County to relocate Homestretch Drive, the east-west-running street at the southern end of its campus buildings.
Families who live in Nevada's wealthiest neighborhoods have flooded the state treasurer's office with applications to enroll in a controversial school choice program that supporters argued would help low-income students.
Three Nevada colleges will receive a combined $336,000 to develop workforce training programs focused on the needs of high-tech industries.
A drive to collect enough books for the elementary school students at Clark County's 78 Safekey sites was successful thanks to the efforts of the Henderson and Summerlin Barnes & Noble stores, UPS stores of Las Vegas, Toys for Tots and Las Vegas-area residents.