The Optimum Performance Program in Sports asks athletes to attend counseling sessions with a goal in mind, but conversations tend to shift to other personal issues over time.
At a Nevada State College event focused on minority students, a congresswoman and congressmen emphasized that a college education is still the key to opportunity.
Officials griped when the Clark County School District received just $789,000 out of the roughly $12.6 million in facility improvement funding it requested.
The all-day event on Oct. 9 at the Thomas Mack Center on UNLV’s campus is open to current students and alumni from UNLV, Nevada State College and College of Southern Nevada.
The new prelaw fellowship program will target high school and college students from underrepresented backgrounds, though it is open to all Nevada students.
The move is aimed at reducing disparities in the award-winning schools among racial subgroups to more closely mirror the makeup of the district’s student population as a whole.
March for Our Lives and the Giffords organization will confront the top Democratic presidential candidates at a 2020 Gun Safety Forum on Wednesday in Las Vegas.
CCSD leaders have removed three principals at underperforming middle schools participating in a new “innovative schools” program after they failed to improve academic performance.
The search committee for UNLV’s president met for the first time Friday with a community advisory panel and the search firm to approve the job profile and set a timetable.
Only one of the more than 300 principals evaluated since 2015-16 has been rated as “developing,” and none has been rated as ineffective, the lowest rating.