Individual schools add control of custodial services and site-based technicians and gain more insight into central district spending on services.
The No. 3 worn by Quinton Robbins during his time playing basketball for Brown Academy will hang from the wall of the gym after his younger brother, Quade, completes his playing days at the middle school.
Nevada has again ranked last in the nation for education — but state education officials don’t want the public to despair.
The suits over dues and representation filed by the Clark County Education Association and the Nevada State Education Association both survived motions to dismiss in separate hearings on Tuesday.
The site, located at the corner of South Maryland Parkway and Cottage Grove Avenue, has remained quiet since September, when Korte stopped working on the project — at 73 percent completion.
The scoring scheme used to rate the performance of educators in Nevada should not change this year in order to bring an element of consistency to a system that’s been in perpetual flux, an advisory group says.
Last week UNLV graduate students had the opportunity to do nothing but write ahead of classes beginning Tuesday for the spring semester.
Even with a well-known name, the Rogers Foundation can struggle with attracting high school seniors to apply for its numerous college scholarships. That’s why the foundation is reminding students that the deadline to apply is Feb. 2.
In addition to the meetings announced Thursday by the School Board, the district plans to launch an online community survey to gather feedback on the district’s search for a successor to Superintendent Pat Skorkowsky.
Three seniors at Cimarron-Memorial High School emerge victorious in contest based on popular ABC television show with “Conditional Cubes,” a beta product designed to help young students learn computer coding.