The scholarship was created by the Legislature in 2017. Full-time degree-seeking community college students are eligible to apply.
James Dean Leavitt, who served on NSHE’s Board of Regents for 12 years, applied over the summer for the board’s chief of staff and special counsel position.
The final edition — number 139 — is scheduled for publication in February/March 2022. It’s unclear whether any employees are impacted by the decision.
The money will be used to develop technologies that will help reach the Biden administration’s goal of 100 percent clean energy by 2035.
A U.S. District Court judge ruled that the Clark County School District failed to provide a “free appropriate public education” to a prominent Las Vegas couple’s dyslexic daughter.
Clark County School District Police arrested a 48-year-old occupational therapist on two counts of statutory seduction.
Pinecrest Academy of Nevada Inspirada, and Lamping and Hill elementary schools all were named National Blue Ribbon Schools last month. Here’s how they did it.
Board of Regents Chair Cathy McAdoo, Vice Chair Patrick Carter, both at the center of Chancellor Melody Rose’s hostile workplace accusations, jointly announce the investigation.
The Clark County School District said this month it’s restructuring the community engagement office. That includes what used to be the family and community engagement services department.
In early September, the school board voted 5-1 to approve a mandate, but negotiations haven’t yet started with employee unions about the topic.
A former Mojave High School coach has been arrested on a charge of sexual conduct between school staff/volunteer and student, according to the Clark County School District Police Department.
Sofia Murillo, a third-grade teacher at Mater Academy Mountain Vista, inspires her 2.9M followers with TikToks about her life as a Latinx teacher.
The event will cover “Israel’s significant contributions to the world in innovation, technology and science.” It’s free for local educators.
The offering is made possible by the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Community Eligibility Provision, which serves schools and school districts with a high poverty rate.
Robert and Tracy Eglet, partners at the Eglet Adams law firm, have donated $25 million to University of the Pacific’s law school in Sacramento.