The city of Mesquite is poised to sue the Clark County School District alleging inadequate funding for the city’s rural schools.
In their first interview since a court ruling in their favor, two Henderson mothers who were plaintiffs in the lawsuit say new rules won’t help if educators aren’t held accountable for reporting and investigating reported incidents.
Clark County School District police are investigating the apparent hacking of Henderson’s Foothill High School Twitter account.
Less than half of students in Nevada and Clark County in grades three through eight are proficient in English and about one-third are proficient in math, according to new data from the state Department of Education.
In 60 years, UNLV has grown from 500 students to more than 30,000.
A campus organization is being formed at the College of Southern Nevada to provide resources and support for undocumented and DACA students, driven mainly by those most familiar with the challenges faced by immigrants pursuing a higher education.
The Nevada Board of Examiners on Tuesday approved a $1.78 million contract to support the statewide longitudinal data system.
The university is in a three-way tie for first on the annual U.S. News and World Report list that ranks schools on ethnic diversity.
Two schools have a lock on U.S. News & World Report’s No. 1 ranking: Princeton University topped the national university list for the seventh straight year, and Williams College led the liberal arts list for the 15th straight year.
Minors in the program fear they may miss out on a big advantage enjoyed by their elders: the ability to pursue a higher education and legally work in order to pull themselves up the economic ladder.