Some schools are achieving stellar results after participating in the initiative to lift struggling schools, but some others sank back into mediocrity after exiting the program, a Review-Journal analysis shows.
After listening to hours of testimony Friday, Nevada Department of Education officials may move forward next week with a regulation to help protect transgender students in the state.
A year after the initial peak of arrests of Clark County School District employees, the Review-Journal revisits the cases to see how many have led to convictions and what punishment the offenders have received.
A former high school cheer coach who was arrested earlier this month is accused of cuddling in bed with a 14-year-old girl, court documents show.
The abrupt closure of Calvary Christian Learning Academy during spring break sent parents scrambling Tuesday to find new day care and school arrangements as they awaited answers about the private school’s plunge into bankruptcy.
Robots aren’t just a thing of the future.
An unlikely pair of elected officials teamed up Monday to make a public call to funnel more marijuana tax monies to education in Nevada.
The struggling Argent Preparatory Academy in Northern Nevada could be the first charter school to be shut by the state after officials voted Friday to pull the plug on its turnaround effort.
Las Vegas students gathered Thursday for one of several sign-making events held this week in preparation for Saturday’s event, one of the many sibling marches slated as part of the national March for Our Lives movement.
It’s been three days since Thom Reilly announced the creation of a chief operating officer position for UNLV, and little is known about who will hold the job and what that person will do.