Changes to the state’s ranking system for public schools will result in many more low ratings, damaging morale among educators and confusing parents, Nevada’s two largest school districts say.
Keyana Webb, 15, logs on to an academic portal to complete homework for her six-week pre-calculus class while most of her friends are working summer jobs or otherwise enjoying summer break. Web goes to school for two hours a day, Mondays through Thursdays.
Education spending in Nevada keeps going up, but the Clark County School District keeps complaining it doesn’t get enough.
Underserved children in Southern Nevada will have expanded access to early education under a $3.6 million grant announced Tuesday.
A legal battle is unfolding between the Teachers Health Trust and four ex-executives who claim to have witnessed questionable financial dealings by union representatives charged with overseeing the insurance provider.
Dr. Constantine George told UNLV’s first class of medical school students that stethoscopes should be used as a reminder to keep patients at the center of what they do over the next four years and beyond.
Less than two weeks after UNLV’s chief finance boss left his post, a permanent replacement has been named.
A $1.2 million allocation from the attorney general’s office to the University of Nevada, Reno Medical School should soon begin producing more baby doctors for the state.
The first class of 60 students at the UNLV School of Medicine embark on a long road Monday that state officials hope will eventually alleviate Southern Nevada’s physician shortage and boost the local economy.
University is saying nothing about how it will replace founding Dean Barbara Atkinson in the near term as she recovers from an intestinal rupture.