Young people in the U.S. walked out of school to demand action on gun violence Wednesday in what activists hoped would be the biggest demonstration of student activism yet in response to last month’s massacre in Florida.
In a policy change to help police track down the source of threats, a recording will instead instruct callers to unblock their phones by pressing *82 before calling back.
High school and college students expected to walk out of classes as part of a national event to remember the victims of last month’s mass shooting in Parkland, Florida, and call attention to school safety and gun laws.
Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval announced Monday that he will create a task force to recommend a series of school safety initiatives for inclusion in the final state budget prepared on his watch.
Two struggling Clark County public schools have been “partnered” with state-authorized charters in a bid to improve their academic performance, state officials confirmed Monday.
Critics see what they consider hardball tactics by the district as a waste of taxpayer dollars in hopes of exhausting the plaintiffs’ finances.
Parents and their children came together to celebrate “Bring Your Child to Work Day” at Northwest Career and Technical Academy in Las Vegas.
The Clark County School Board will hear from the public once more before deciding whether instruct the superintendent to draft a new policy and regulation for gender-diverse students.