The Clark County School District’s Menu Concept Expo was a way for students from eight schools to sample 20 food items and provide feedback on meals for 2017-18.
The North Las Vegas Library purchased nine computers that will be used to teach literacy skills and provide homework assistance for children ages 2 to 12, city officials said Tuesday.
All’s well that starts well. William Shakespeare didn’t write those exact words, of course, but he’d certainly recognize the sentiment behind them — and how well they describe a new partnership between Western High School and the Shakespeare Institute of Nevada.
Nancy Uscher believes “life is an adventure.” Make that adventures. Her UNLV office — the one she occupies as dean of the College of Fine Arts — reflects that belief, with keepsakes of her adventures as musician and educator.
Since the UNLV School of Medicine Ackerman Center for Autism and Neurodevelopment Solutions opened in July, 350 children have been placed in therapy at the clinic, the center’s director said.
More than half of Nevada high school graduates in 2015 landed in remedial courses at state colleges. Are students adequately prepared for higher education?
As Nevada grapples with how to tax recreational marijuana, a key question lingers: Will that revenue even make a dent in the state’s education funding?
The top position overseeing the state’s higher education system is up for grabs, and the Nevada Board of Regents on Thursday tiptoed around the idea of offering the position permanently to interim Chancellor John White.
A proposal solidifying the Clark County School District reorganization passed out of the Nevada Senate education committee Thursday and is headed to the full Senate.
A UNLV official said the possibility of the Environmental Protection Agency relocating out of Las Vegas would be “unfortunate.” The EPA has occupied five buildings on campus since 1966.