A student who can show mastery of a lower-level subject — like, say, Algebra 1 — through a test or other assessment could advance to the next level under a “competency-based education” pilot program introduced Monday in a Nevada Assembly education committee.
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Nearby public schools would be required to provide a safe space for charter schools evacuating campus in an emergency situation under a proposal presented to the Nevada Assembly education committee.
With the modern workplace favoring technically savvy employees, more and more students are flocking to career and technical education. Now that students can choose — rather than be forced into — technical programs, school districts are finding that many students, with the blessing of their parents, prefer that option.
A Nevada senator thinks it’s time the state fights its fat problem.
Nearly 300 students and parents attempted engineering challenges during the first Family Engagement STEM Night recently at Woolley Elementary School.
Clark High School teacher Robin Brown can make a pretty strong case when it comes to her expertise as a speech and debate coach.
Kristen de Guzman wants to help ensure those who live a world away have water to drink.
The Clark County School Board unanimously approved an $80,000 settlement with transgender police officer Bradley Roberts, bringing an end to a discrimination lawsuit that began in 2012.
A different kind of private school is looking to come to Las Vegas. If your family makes too much money, your children won’t be accepted.
Early admissions offers evenly divided between men and women, while state lags in physician gender diversity.
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