The idea that education can break down socioeconomic barriers has been a driving force in Robert Green’s life, having first drawn him to work for Martin Luther King, Jr. and later informing his enthusiasm for assisting Matt Kelly Elementary School.
Plan to relocate Fremont Middle School students for two years would displace two-thirds of the master teachers who train student teacher candidates from UNLV, they say.
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.
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 Las Vegas City Council on Wednesday will discuss expanding on a controversial camping and sleeping ban to include hours when public sidewalks are being cleaned.
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.
Eldorado High School Principal David Wilson’s complaint says district officials made “materially false, misleading and harmful statements” about him to local media outlets.
The federal ban on fruit and mint flavored e-cigarette cartridges announced on Thursday exempts most of the products Nevada’s vape shops sell, an industry spokesman said.
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