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.
To promote its devotion to research and scholarship, Nevada State College will unveil a new lecture series on Wednesday.
The Nevada System of Higher Education has received a strong response for the first year of the state’s Promise scholarship.
Ed Hall’s buddies at a Masonic Lodge in Las Vegas surprised the 94-year-old World War II veteran with a sheepskin more than 75 years after he lied his way into the Army at 16.
When Lori Sarabyn first arrived at Cimarron-Memorial High School in March 2013, the school’s graduation rate was 62 percent. This year, it’s 95 percent.
Three golden ideas — the brainchildren of Clark County School District high school students— will be refined, perfected and presented center stage at CES 2018. A panel of judges selected the ideas last week.