The helmet giveaway and safety awareness event was hosted by the Clark County School District Police Department in conjunction with Jaguar Land Rover Las Vegas.
The days of student backpacks in Lyon County serving as a sort of community billboard may be numbered after a dispute erupted over flyers submitted by a local church containing religious terms.
Sunny Lee, a 17-year-old Bishop Gorman High School junior, spent countless hours studying and taking practice tests in order to achieve perfection on the two college entrance exams.
John Anzalone, 41, a Democrat and principal of Sierra Vista High School in Las Vegas, says he will focus his campaign on education, energy and equity.
Las Vegas police arrested a former Clark County School District elementary school teacher Thursday on multiple counts of lewdness with a child.
New CDC report based on annual survey shows the percentage of students who acknowledged sexual intercourse declined to 41 percent in 2015 from 47 percent in 2005.
The Clark County School District is contesting a construction company’s plans to temporarily open a second asphalt plant near Spring Valley High School.
More than a decade ago, the vision for an education building dedicated solely to the study of hospitality included a location at the very edge of UNLV’s campus.
Through most of 2017, the size of the deficit and its impact on jobs were moving targets. Now that the School Board closed the roughly $62 million hole, it’s simply a sad chapter that further eroded trust in Nevada’s education system.
When Sumer Henning tried to place her youngest at Great Basin Virtual Academy — a K-8 program powered by the online education provider K12 Inc. and run through the White Pine County School District — the Clark County School District wouldn’t approve the transfer.