North Las Vegas-area students soon will receive teacher-mentors to assist them with graduation and beyond through a program called Elevate Las Vegas.
Despite tweaking a contract to meet Clark County School Board members’ initial concerns, trustees still rejected a plan to allow outside vendors to participate in a pilot project to clean some school campuses next year.
Being a single mom is hard. Just ask Chappelle White.
The idea to redevelop the east side of Maryland Parkway has been budding for at least 20 years.
Acceptance of three new operators at the elementary, middle and high school level adds firepower to the controversial state plan to lift up underperforming schools.
The same morning a hearing was held to ask the court to force UNLV to reopen its maternal-HIV program an attorney for the university said there is no need for such action.
A $250,000 donation from a local personal injury law firm will fund legal counsel for unaccompanied immigrant children through UNLV’s law school, the school announced in a press release Wednesday.
Nevada State Public Charter School Authority votes to accept “cure” aimed at improving graduation rate, ending long-running proceeding that could have closed the online K-12 charter school.
The Henderson City Council on Tuesday unanimously approved — with the absence of Mayor Debra March — a resolution to give schools money from retail marijuana business license fees.