The Public Education Foundation, a local nonprofit group, honored Wells Fargo Nevada Region President Kirk Clausen, Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman and NV Energy Senior Vice President Tony Sanchez III on Saturday at its annual Education Hero Award gala at Mandarin Oriental.
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The meeting, originally planned as a forum for parents to ask questions of school district, police and EPA officials, turned into a free-for-all, with parents shouting questions at the officials.
The 13-member Board of Regents on Thursday voted unanimously to decrease the number of regents required to serve on presidential search committees, which previously called for six members.
UNLV hopes to find a permanent leader for its ailing journalism school by the end of the academic year, school administrators said Thursday.
When Lois moved here from California, she expected to get a therapist’s license with no problem. After all, she had a master’s degree in marriage family therapy (MFT) and art therapy. But the board denied her application. She needed more training to practice in Nevada.
A Las Vegas junior high school will be closed Thursday following a lockdown Wednesday evening while a hazardous materials team continued to screen students and investigate a mercury contamination on campus.
In their haste to approve a plan to overhaul the Clark County School District, lawmakers may have exposed the final proposal to future legal challenges.
ITT Educational Services Inc. has abruptly shut down its for-profit technical schools, closing more than 130 campuses and leaving an estimated 35,000 students stranded in what is believed to be one of the largest college closures in American history.
The state treasurer’s office on Monday announced a random drawing to create five college savings accounts with an initial deposit of $529.
Brown University students are returning to classes this semester to find free tampons and sanitary napkins in academic building bathrooms.