Dale Erquiaga, a longtime fixture in Nevada’s public policy realm, will step down from his role in Republican Gov. Brian Sandoval’s office to become president and CEO of Communities in Schools.
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UNLV has opened an online ticket lottery registration for students who want to attend the final presidential debate Oct. 19 at the Thomas & Mack Center. The university expects to receive about 75 tickets.
The Public Education Foundation, a local nonprofit group, honored Wells Fargo Nevada Region President Kirk Clausen, Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman and NV Energy Senior Vice President Tony Sanchez III on Saturday at its annual Education Hero Award gala at Mandarin Oriental.
The College of Southern Nevada unveiled a new women’s softball field last week, the school’s latest move in an ambitious expansion to its athletic department.
Since Sept. 9, when a bipartisan panel of lawmakers unanimously approved a plan to overhaul the nation’s fifth-largest school system, Pat Skorkowsky and his staff have scrambled to finalize details of the top-to-bottom reorganization of the district.
Explore Knowledge Academy will be closed Friday through Tuesday because of a power outage, the school posted to Facebook.
The Clark County School District will pay at least $15,000 for decontamination services after a quarter-cup of mercury was discovered at a Las Vegas middle school earlier this month.
They are the questions that every parent ponders: What to make for dinner? What can be made that will satisfy every family member and add enough variety and nutrition?
Nevada’s largest gold miner has made significant contributions to boost wraparound services at four schools in Clark and Elko counties.
State superintendent of public instruction told members of a congressional subcommittee Wednesday that proposed rules for a new federal law could create chaos and confusion for Nevada schools.
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