A handful of students were cited Thursday morning on the last day of school after fights broke out at three Las Vegas Valley high schools.
Jack Stark, 10, didn’t place at GeoBee in the nation’s capital but will be back on a national stage at the National History Bee finals near Chicago, beginning June 7.
The union representing Clark County School District support staff and the Teamsters may be close to ending their battle over representation of the roughly 12,000 employees.
The Pupil-Centered Funding Plan, which was unveiled last week, calls for a complete rewrite of the state’s current funding formula.
UNLV officials presented a dramatically scaled-back plan for their medical education building during Tuesday’s Clark County Commission meeting.
An ex-school bus driver is not facing criminal charges after sideswiping a tree while transporting students, the Clark County School District has confirmed.
More than 3,600 students graduated from the College of Southern Nevada, its largest graduating class ever. About 1,200 walked at Monday’s ceremony.
The Clark County School District says it cannot pay for its own safety improvements following the Legislature’s decision to slash the school safety budget last week.
A 21-year-old custodian stands accused of sexual misconduct with a student after an investigation began last week at a Las Vegas high school.
The mother of four students at Sierra Vista High School received a used Cadillac at a senior awards ceremony, which replaced the old, often-broken car she had been using.
More than 3,000 graduate and undergraduate students from UNLV, including a Route 91 shooting survivor, received degrees Saturday at the Thomas & Mack Center.
Students in two College of Education graduate programs learned in March that the programs had lost their accreditation.
The past week in Carson City taught us that you can’t promise the world without the tools to deliver. And so far, Nevada lawmakers don’t have the funds to fix public education.
After Nevada lawmakers used marijuana excise tax money to boost per-pupil funding in schools, they were at pains to find money to fund school safety and the popular Millennium Scholarship.
A video shows the male Palo Verde High School student singing lyrics from a profanity-laced song that uses racial slurs in its chorus.