Dr. Michael Drake was chosen Tuesday to be president of the University of California, the first Black leader in the system’s 150-year history.
President Donald Trump on Tuesday pushed for students to physically return to schools in the fall, rather than to use options such as distance learning or a hybrid system.
With pressure growing for the Clark County School District to modify its school reopening plan, Superintendent Jesus Jara says it’s time to approve the existing blueprint.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement announced Monday that students with an F-1 academic visa or M-1 vocational visa can’t take online-only classes during the fall semester.
The $25,000 awards will bring more music, reading and drama into children’s lives.
Clark County School District trustees continue their discussion of the proposed schools reopening plan at a special board meeting.
Earlier this month, 14 graduates from St. George’s University arrived in Nevada — 11 of whom are in the Las Vegas Valley — to start their residency.
Six Las Vegas high school students were named this week as winners in the 2020 9th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals civics contest.
Nitia Hall filed the lawsuit June 25 in Clark County District Court. Her child, who has an intellectual disability, went missing in 2018 from Fremont Middle School in Las Vegas.
The CCSD board of trustees voted June 25 to award an approximately $25.7 million construction contract to Roche Constructors for a school near Chapata Drive and Casady Hollow Avenue.
He took questions from parents, students and staff about the district’s reopening plans in a virtual town hall.
Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, clinics had been closed since March 23 for nonemergency visits. The school is holding off on seeing new patients until fall.
The services provided by Hazel Health will be offered at no cost to students, with parent or guardian consent. There’s no limit on the number of visits students can receive.
State data shows 14 licensed child care providers in Nevada have permanently closed since the beginning of March, though it’s unclear how many were triggered by the pandemic.
Clark County’s foster youth graduates are heading off to college and careers, despite a pandemic that closed schools for nearly three months.