The Never Give Up Youth Healing Center, a youth residential psychiatric facility, formerly shared the property of the now-shuttered private boarding school Northwest Academy.
Nevada’s two public universities experienced spikes in reports of sexual, domestic and dating violence incidents from 2017 to 2018, according to a report to be presented this week to the Board of Regents.
With the deadline to apply for federal student aid looming on Dec. 1, many college-bound students will begin looking for scholarships and other financial assistance.
Audrey James — a retired teacher who lives in North Las Vegas — is believed to be UNLV’s oldest living alumna. And she may also be the university’s first African American graduate.
The program is expected to address a shortage in Southern Nevada of speech pathologists, who work with patients who have disorders related to speech, language or swallowing.
Initiative to reach to reach Superintendent Jesus Jara’s goals by 2024 increases testing throughout the year and adds a new learning tool designed to lift lagging students.
UNLV communication studies assistant professor Natalie Pennington urges restraint when it comes to cutting social media ties with people who aren’t close friends.
The Clark County School District will spend $505 million on two new Career Technical Academies to relieve overcrowding in North Las Vegas and Henderson-area schools.
The Clark County School District Board of Trustees approved a $100,000 settlement with an alleged victim of Maysen Melton, who’s accused of assaulting underage classmates at Shadow Ridge High School.
The third-grader who found his mother’s gun in his backpack at Bracken Elementary School earlier this week told police that there “are a lot of weapons at his house.”