The Clark County teachers union said Monday it has reached a deal to address the financial woes of its nonprofit health insurance provider, THT Health.
Aleksandra joined the Review-Journal in June 2019 to cover higher education. She was previously the education reporter at the Fresno Bee in California, and prior to starting at the Bee, she got her master's in journalism from the Columbia Graduate School of Journalism.
Drivers passing by the gateway to Nellis Air Force Base will be greeted by a new sculpture meant to invoke aviation and a sense of doing your very best.
Graduating high school seniors describe the losses and positives of a tumultuous educational year like no other.
The school has faced uncertainty as the Clark County School District considers changes to how English learner students are taught.
The Clark County School District and Nevada colleges aren’t planning to drop policies requiring mask-wearing on campuses and offices.
The Clark County School Board voted Thursday to approve an extension to Superintendent Jesus Jara’s contract in a 4-3 vote.
The Clark County School District is investigating an incident in which videos were taken from an officer’s personal social media account and dubbed before being widely shared.
Formerly an emergency response to school closures, distance learning may become a permanent fixture on Nevada’s learning landscape.
If approved, the amendment would extend Jara’s employment through Jan. 15, 2023, and resolve a dispute over an auto-renewal clause in the contract.
The honor for Booker Elementary School teacher Juliana Urtubey included a surprise visit to the school from first lady Jill Biden, a fellow educator.
Hundreds of students at the Clark County School District have been quarantined or isolated as a result of COVID-19 exposures or positives since in-person learning resumed.
The CEO of THT Health, the Clark County teachers union’s self-administered health insurance plan, submitted his resignation Sunday amid a “challenging financial situation.”
An east Las Vegas elementary school has reported two COVID-19 exposures this week, affecting an unknown number of students.
The issue arose during the period of time that the board met virtually because of the COVID-19 pandemic and took comments by email only.