Staff were notified of the possible reduction in force process Thursday in a memo from the district’s human resources department after principals identified $47 million in cuts to their individual school budgets.
First Health Career Exploration Camp at the College of Southern Nevada aims to help high school students find a medical field that’s a good fit.
The school district, which is entitled to two formal bill requests, won’t finalize those until late in the summer, after new Superintendent Jesus Jara joins the team.
The Las Vegas Community Health Improvement Program will manage the city’s new courtyard for the downtown homeless population as the facility transitions to a 24/7 operation.
An eight-page draft policy that surfaced Monday would guide principals on how to handle students with diverse gender expressions. The School Board will consider the policy at its June 14 meeting.
Those who know UNLV’s new acting president say she’s a “healer” — an accomplished educational leader who can build relationships and bridge silos in good times and bad.
Western Governors University Nevada — an affiliate of WGU — hosted master’s and bachelor’s degree graduation ceremonies at the Thomas Mack Center at UNLV on Saturday.
The city of Las Vegas’ newest program to boost early childhood education offerings is a mobile pre-kindergarten classroom that officials envision visiting some of Las Vegas’ neediest neighborhoods to help prepare local children for school.
It came down to the wire for D’Andre Burnett, the Shadow Ridge High School student we’ve been following during what turned out to be the turbulent, tragic and triumphant final months of his high school career.
Trying to follow education funding in the Silver State can leave you cross-eyed, but look hard enough and you’ll see that money sold as a win for education isn’t always that.