A little more than six months after Gov. Brian Sandoval signed a dizzying list of education reforms into law, policymakers and education leaders will meet Monday to consider what’s next for the Silver State.
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.
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.
Three Nevada colleges will receive a combined $336,000 to develop workforce training programs focused on the needs of high-tech industries.
Nevada has reached a $1.3 million settlement with a New Hampshire company over a botched student testing program, the attorney general’s office announced Monday.
Las Vegas resident Dulce Inzunza has always dreamed of sending her daughter to private school.
The chairman of the Board of Regents is seeking an outside expert to investigate whether Chancellor Dan Klaich killed research critical of his administration.
Many elected state higher education leaders say they want more information about Chancellor Dan Klaich’s efforts to quash a report critical of his agency, and some question his leadership.
Challenged to improve quality at state-run community colleges, officials of the Nevada System of Higher Education hired a consultant to recommend changes — then killed a report saying their system is a problem.
Gov. Brian Sandoval signed a proclamation Tuesday endorsing Western Governors University Nevada, a nonprofit online institution that offers undergraduate and advance college degrees in business, teaching, information technology and health professions.