The Clark County School District is rolling out a new measure in its efforts to recruit educators: new business cards for its current employees to use in recruiting.
The school’s staff and Clark County School District police recovered a firearm after there was a report of a weapon on campus, according to the school’s principal.
Amid a civil war in Ethiopia, soil scientist Desta Woldetsadik Demissie applied for the prestigious Fulbright Visiting Scholar Program and was selected. His host professor is in Las Vegas.
Legislative leaders made the announcement in the wake of Gov. Lombardo’s State of the State speech in which he pledged to increase per-pupil spending in Nevada.
The Clark County School Board approved a $274,310 purchasing award to Public Consulting Group last week for the study. A final report is expected in early June.
The UNLV sophomore is one of 31 young people chosen to join the advisory board of Lady Gaga’s Born This Way Foundation.
The school’s Space Force Junior ROTC is among 60 middle and high school groups nationwide to win NASA’s TechRise Student Challenge.
Several students at Wayne N. Tanaka Elementary School have become sick, according to the Southern Nevada Health District.
Opportunity scholarships, alternative education and even education savings accounts may be on the table as the 2023 Legislature convenes.
Clark County School District Superintendent Jesus Jara discussed school funding, teacher working conditions and other topics in his annual address.
Officials with Legacy Traditional School North Valley are not aware of any students becoming ill because of the irritant Thursday, a statement said.
The district reported an increase in graduation rates for most student groups, with the exception of Black, Native American and mixed-race students.
After an individual at a valley elementary school tested positive for tuberculosis, school officials are working with the Southern Nevada Health District to test impacted students and faculty.
The College of Southern Nevada wants to build a 41-acre campus in Centennial Hills, and it’s asking the state for $5.2 million in planning money.
Brett Abarbanel was named executive director of the UNLV International Gaming Institute, and she credits basement poker games for piquing her interest in gambling research.