Forced to take most of its programming online by the pandemic, Blindconnect found innovative ways to remotely offer Braille and cooking classes.
Under the American Families Plan announced in late April, an estimated $109 billion would fund universal community college.
The Nevada System of Higher Education’s Board of Regents voted Friday to add a new section to the board handbook. The step comes as offices and campuses prepare to reopen July 1.
Clashes over how to teach students about racism and its role in U.S. history are raging in school districts across Nevada and elsewhere, stoking culture wars over curriculums that have previously received less attention.
The city has filed a letter of intent with the state. If an application is submitted and approved, CLV Strong Start Academy Elementary School would open in August 2022.
Liliam Lujan Hickey, co-founder of the Latin Chamber of Commerce in Las Vegas and a champion for education in Nevada, died Thursday. She was 88.
Bilingual education is set to make a comeback in the Clark County School District with a gradual rollout of English and Spanish hybrid programs in three schools by the 2022-23 school year.
The Nevada System of Higher Education’s Board of Regents voted Thursday to appoint Vickie Shields to the position until new President DeRionne Pollard starts in mid-August.
The Summer Acceleration program, funded by federal emergency money, is free to all Clark County students this year.
The statue of Comstock Lode mining baron John Mackay, which was dedicated in 1908, was sculpted by Gutzon Borglum, best known for his work on Mount Rushmore.
The Nevada State Public Charter School Authority has received 44 letters of intent this year from proposed schools. That’s up from 27 in 2020.