The state of Nevada on Monday joined 17 other states and the District of Columbia in a lawsuit challenging the U.S. Department of Education’s changes to Title IX.
The Washoe County School District is dealing with issues related to in-person start to the school year, including 44 COVID-19 cases as well as wildfire smoke causing air quality concerns.
The Nevada Commission on School Funding this week will begin delving into the question of how much should the state spend on each of its K-12 students and where that money could come from.
Keith Whitfield started his new position as UNLV president on Aug. 24. As the new president, “it’s trying to figure out how you take great to better,” he said.
The University of Nevada, Reno, announced the hiring of Brian Sandoval on Thursday before the Nevada System of Higher Education Board of Regents voted to approve him.
Since school started Aug. 24, some children have been sitting outside the Indian Springs Library or near the school in 100-degree-plus weather trying to find a more reliable internet signal.
The official count of students impacts the district’s per-pupil funding allocation, and will be translated to the school level as the budgeting process begins this week.
Jorge “Fabian” Trejo-Ibarra, 18, is in remission after being diagnosed with stage 4 Hodgkin’s lymphoma during his junior year at Bonanza High School in Las Vegas.
Task Force Initiative for Educator’s Safety and Screening (T.I.E.S.) is a free COVID-19 testing and monitoring program announced Monday by the Nevada Department of Education.
The donor is multiplying donations five times on the DonorsChoose platform used by teachers to solicit donations to purchase classroom supplies.
The Nevada Higher System of Education Board of Regents approved a four-year contract for Kumud Acharya, who was appointed interim president in September 2019.
In a message on UNR’s website, President Marc Johnson issued a stern warning about students partying off campus without practicing social distancing or wearing masks.
The board decided in a split 5-1 vote on Thursday night to rename the central Las Vegas school, which was built in 1956.
The Clark County School District will again offer free meals to all children after receiving a long-sought waiver from the U.S. Department of Agriculture to extend the program.