Through most of 2017, the size of the deficit and its impact on jobs were moving targets. Now that the School Board closed the roughly $62 million hole, it’s simply a sad chapter that further eroded trust in Nevada’s education system.
When Sumer Henning tried to place her youngest at Great Basin Virtual Academy — a K-8 program powered by the online education provider K12 Inc. and run through the White Pine County School District — the Clark County School District wouldn’t approve the transfer.
By her own account, Clark County School Board trustee Lola Brooks shouldn’t have graduated from high school. Now she serves as both a source of inspiration and a cautionary note for equally troubled kids in Clark County.
The deadline is closing in on College of Southern Nevada officials as they work to recruit mentors for the state’s new Promise Scholarship program.
The district announced Wednesday it was the only one in Nevada to receive a Meritorious Budget Award from the Association of School Business Officials International for accuracy and transparency in financial planning.
Surveillance video shows Las Vegas attorney and College of Southern Nevada professor Mark Peplowski having sex in public on two separate occasions earlier this year, according to police records.
More than 30 years after she walked onto UNLV’s campus for the first time, Ellen Fumo will walk across the stage at The Thomas Mack Center to graduate.
UNLV’s UndocuNetwork celebrated four undergraduates on their anticipated graduation Saturday.
Through November, bus drivers have been involved in 275 crashes. Most have been minor, none has resulted in fatalities among students or drivers and few have caused injuries.
Attorney and College of Southern Nevada professor Mark Peplowski has been arrested on lewdness charges.