North Las Vegas resident Oussama “Sam” Hajal, a physician for more than 20 years in Syria, is now studying at Touro University Nevada to become a physician assistant.
Erica Stiles, a student at Touro University Nevada in Henderson, agreed to play a patient as part of a classroom ultrasound demonstration last year.
The school district’s zoning commission abandoned some proposed boundary changes, but recommended moving ahead with changes for middle schools in Summerlin and North Las Vegas.
The education funding debate is not unique to the Silver State; nearby states have an array of approaches, with no one having found the right balance.
The Clark County teachers union unveiled a second voter initiative Wednesday afternoon that would hike a portion of the state’s sales tax, raising more than $1 billion for education in Nevada.
A white nationalist group known for targeting college campuses with its messaging has been linked to flyers posted at two colleges in Henderson.
Clark County School District students — particularly black and Hispanic students — have unequal access to opportunities at every level of education in the system, according to a report released Tuesday.
The series of free classes will help parents identify the signs of bullying and learn how to report it.
But critics question whether these programs can narrow the early education gap between well-to-do urban residents and low-income families and rural residents.
Basic Academy of International Studies in Henderson has lost all three of its assistant principals during the just-ended semester amid growing safety concerns among staff members.