For nearly 2 hours twice-a-day Demetrius Lockhart takes his 10-year old son Montrel to and from Craig Elementary School in North Las Vegas on the Citizen Area Transit bus. Although about 5 miles away, it is a world apart from where they live on Martin Luther King Boulevard near near U.S. 95 overpass. Nearly 25 years ago Demetrius Lockhart went to school at Craig Elementary and his is hoping his son doesn’t fall in the same footsteps as him, a crack-smoking, car stealing, prison-spotted past that ended two-years ago.
If you want to understand the stories behind the numbers, you have to look at poverty, racism, inadequate funding, poor leadership and more.
Students across the Las Vegas Valley walked out of classes Friday to demand action to end climate change and preserve the world for their futures.
The new scheme could significantly drop compensation levels for new hires and make it harder to retain current professors, opponents say.
A recent survey found that almost half the student population at the college’s three campuses reported being unable to purchase food at times.
A public service announcement released Wednesday by Sandy Hook Advocacy is purposefully grim and shocking.
The online Nevada Connections Academy charter school will shutter its elementary grades at the end of this school year after rating poorly in state rankings.
The U.S. Department of Education championed school choice in its latest stop in Nevada on Wednesday.
The demonstrations, part of a global protest, are aimed at highlighting the threat of climate change three days before the U.N. Climate Action Summit in New York City.
A state board on Wednesday gave the school’s new owners until February to gather documents necessary to renew its license to operate.
Representatives from more than 40 colleges and universities will be at a college recruiting fair Saturday at Doolittle Community Center.