Lawsuits filed against the Clark County School District by employees who say they were retaliated against after airing concerns have cost taxpayers millions of dollars.
Dr. Constance Brooks, a senior government and community relations official with the Nevada System of Higher Education, is heading to a similar position at MGM Resorts International, it was announced Friday.
The Clark County School Board approved a $250,000 settlement Thursday night to end a lawsuit over hidden cameras and discrimination, roughly two years after rejecting an offer to settle for less.
The Nevada System of Higher Education’s 13-member Board of Regents on Thursday examined two tuition guarantee proposals designed to allow students to better budget for their educations. No action was taken, but the
School police used pepper spray to break up a food fight that turned physical at a northeast Las Vegas Valley high school Thursday afternoon.
A Las Vegas high school with a recent history of racially motivated fights was again placed on lockdown Thursday after a similar fight broke out.
Group that lobbies for online charter school operators asks state attorney general to investigate State Public Charter School Authority head for “improperly close relationship” with national charter authorizers association.
The unidentified officer suffered a head injury last week after falling off a golf cart at a tournament to raise money to assist officers injured in the line of duty, the president of the nonprofit that sponsored the event said Wednesday.
The Clark County School District plans to thin its administrative ranks next year by reducing the number of associate superintendents from 13 to seven — a move that could save up to $1.5 million.
The Opportunity Scholarship program, launched in 2015, allows businesses to donate money toward tuition for low-income students in exchange for a tax write-off.