A school bus headed to Schorr Elementary School was involved in a crash in the south central valley Thursday morning.
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A new report by the Governor’s Office of Economic Development’s Office of Workforce Innovation outlines 93 high-demand occupations in key growth industries for Nevada.
Supporters of the state’s Education Savings Account program were buoyed by Gov. Brian Sandoval’s proposal to fund the controversial law with $60 million for the next two years. But the next step might prove difficult.
Local education officials are still vowing to push for a fully weighted student funding formula from the state, despite an additional $107 million that Gov. Brian Sandoval’s budget proposal would include for certain student categories.
Nikki Thorn, chief financial officer for the Clark County School District, will resign next week after less than three months on the job. Thorn is the second CFO to leave the budget department in six months.
Free community college might be on the horizon for Nevada students as Sen. Mo Denis, D-Las Vegas, plans to submit a bill draft request patterned after the Tennessee Promise Program.
An audit of Nevada’s more than $160 million a year class size reduction program in public schools showed the funds were used appropriately to reach targeted pupil-teacher ratios.
Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval, in his Tuesday night State of the State address, referred to the $115 million in new investment for the Nevada System of Higher Education as “strategic.
The Education Savings Account program got a $60 million commitment from Gov. Brian Sandoval, and more than 11,000 students could be covered under the program if all that money goes toward the vouchers.
As Jan. 31 deadline for open enrollment in health care plans nears, university hosts events aimed at persuading “young invincibles” to sign up.
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