The Clark County School Board approved a $1.2 million settlement for three families from a lawsuit over a special education teacher accused of battering elementary school students in the 2014-15 school year.
Nevada Lawmakers want to create a 25-member commission that will study the best performing educational systems — both nationally and internationally — and bring those practices to the Silver State.
The Clark and Washoe county school districts voiced opposition on Monday to a Senate bill that would establish a license for paraprofessionals and transfer the authority to revoke or suspend a teaching license to the Commission on Professional Standards in Education.
Clark County School District police are investigating a threat made against Chapparal High School on Sunday night.
The new structure, which has six associate superintendents reporting to three regional superintendents and another overseeing four special schools, will cut the number of associate superintendents from 13 to seven.
Juniors from Las Vegas Valley high schools attended UNLV African American Scholars Day to learn more about the opportunities and resources available for students of color at UNLV.
Tanner Reynolds remembers the stinging pain of the gravel, cold from the winter air, rubbing against his face that day in December. “This isn’t right,” he recalled thinking to himself.
A $1.4 million federal grant is helping keep UNLV’s railroad program on track.
Jonathan Moore, currently the state’s deputy superintendent of student achievement, will lead the department beginning Thursday.
The Clark County School District spent more than $50,000 investigating Associate Superintendent Edward Goldman for alleged discrimination and other issues before suspending the independent external probe, records obtained by the Review-Journal show.