An arbitrator ordered the Clark County School District to pay $19.5 million in salary increases and benefits for the district’s 1,300 administrators, resolving a dispute over the 2015-2017 contract for the Clark County Association of School Administrators and Professional-Technical Employees.
Las Vegas eighth-grader Maia Marshall finished the preliminary rounds of the Scripps National Spelling Bee just one place shy of earning a spot in the finals.
A Clark County School District teacher accused of having sex with a student has been indicted on charges of trying to dissuade a witness, prosecutors said Wednesday.
With only a month remaining on acting Chancellor John White’s contract, the clock is ticking for the Board of Regents to find a replacement to lead the Nevada System of Higher Education.
Salary increases tied to professional development would be outlined for Clark County teachers through collective bargaining agreements under a bill introduced Wednesday in the Nevada Senate.
Legislation introduced Monday to delay a reorganization of the Clark County School District for a year has died without getting an audience before the Nevada Legislature.
A proposal to eliminate a controversial charter school initiative from 2015 may instead breathe new life into the program.
Three big budget bills were introduced in the Nevada Senate on Tuesday, signaling the culmination of the 2017 session as the governor’s office and lawmakers continue to haggle over education savings accounts.
A thaw is underway in Russia, and it has nothing to do with presidential politics. Inside a cave in Russia’s Ural Mountains, where Europe and Asia meet, a team of UNLV researchers has found evidence of steady warming since the end of the last ice age.
A bill aimed at strengthening background checks for Nevada school district employees sailed through the Senate education committee Tuesday.