Five students, two of them twins, at Clark High School received a perfect score on their ACT test this year.
Lorraine Longhi is a reporter for the Review-Journal on the education and health teams. She joined the RJ in March 2022 after eight years of reporting in Arizona, including at The Arizona Republic, where she covered city government, education and the impact of statewide decisions on local neighborhoods. Lorraine is a native of Las Vegas and a graduate of Arizona State University's Walter Cronkite School of Journalism & Mass Communication.
Seniors at Rancho High School are pushing back against what they say is an unjust graduation dress code.
Per-pupil funding in the district this year increased, according to district numbers, but the district is projecting an enrollment loss of 2,446 students.
UNLV will review several recommendations after the death of a student who participated in a charity boxing match hosted by a fraternity last year.
Incumbent Irene Cepeda, the swing vote to fire and then re-hire Superintendent Jesus Jara, faces several of his critics in the District D school board primary.
Nine candidates have signed up to challenge incumbent Danielle Ford in District F school board primary.
Clark County School District Trustee Linda Cavazos is running for re-election against six challengers in District G.
The Clark County School District said 39 percent of students had been chronically absent as of March.
Parents at a North Las Vegas charter school are voicing their concerns about operations at the campus, hours after the principal was placed on leave.
A principal is pushing back against a policy that caps the number of exchange teachers the school district can hire from the Philippines.
An author with ties to a UNLV writing program penned an essay about plagiarizing her debut novel, only for more plagiarism to be uncovered in the essay.
Awards are given out annually by the California-based Milken Family Foundation, and some 60 educators will receive the surprise awards this year.
“I just don’t see how you’re going to legislate common sense behavior, expectations of a board,” Nevada Sen. Carrie Buck, R-Henderson, said.
Teachers and students slammed the Clark County School District at Thursday’s School Board meeting for not doing enough to make campuses safe amid a recent spike in violence.