Barrick is offering free digital and information technology skill development courses to their employees, employee families, veterans and other groups in Northern Nevada and other rural communities with company operations.
A permit was granted Wednesday night allowing Lois Craig Elementary School to build a new 22,725-square-foot building.
Secretary of State Barbara Cegavske said she believes the future of Nevada’s K-12 education lies in Gov. Brian Sandoval getting a voucher-style program off the ground.
A Senate bill spelling out legal protection for volunteers working on school organizational teams in the Clark County School District would be a moot point if an Assembly bill is signed into law.
The Clark County Education Association filed an unfair labor complaint against the Clark County School District on Wednesday.
School districts could lease school buses and other vehicles for private events under a bill approved Wednesday by the Nevada Senate.
School principals would again be entitled to union bargaining under a bill unanimously approved Tuesday by the Nevada Senate.
An expanded and more robust partnership might be on the horizon for UNLV and the Cleveland Clinic.
Assembly Bill 451, which would mandate at least six hours of training in the first and third years of their terms, is approved by a 41-0 vote and advances to the state Senate.
The Clark County School District is moving toward requiring students in Advanced Placement or International Baccalaureate courses to take the accompanying exam — but questions of state regulations and cost linger.