Michelle Cox filed a lawsuit Friday in U.S. District Court, alleging the district and two Garehime Elementary administrators failed to take adequate action after a classmate allegedly harrased and threatened her daughter.
The Public Education Foundation announced Tuesday a new college scholarship for the children of those killed in the Route 91 Harvest festival shooting three years ago.
The university has reported 304 cases since the fall semester began Aug. 24, according to its case tracking website. University officials say off-campus parties are still a problem.
The hacker group behind a Clark County School District security breach claims to have uploaded the stolen data to its website — including names and Social Security numbers.
With one month of virtual school in the books, Clark County School District students, families and teachers report widely varying experiences with distance learning.
Some Las Vegas Valley private schools say they have seen few, if any, COVID-19 cases since opening their doors in August to students for in-person classes.
A new vocational and trade school is opening its first Las Vegas campus this fall. The United Education Institute’s first cohort of students will start Oct. 26.
The Clark County School District is not considering a plan to reopen schools in the next month, Superintendent Jesus Jara said at a school board meeting Thursday night.
The Andre Agassi Foundation for Education and Cure 4 The Kids celebrated Nevada’s first in-clinic education center for pediatric cancer patients with a ceremony Thursday at Las Vegas clinic.
U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos announced Thursday that three Nevada schools — all in Las Vegas — were named National Blue Ribbon Schools for 2020.
Las Vegas learning strategist Juliana Urtubey was named Wednesday as the 2021 Nevada Teacher of the Year during a virtual ceremony.
Students at Democracy Preparatory Academy at Agassi Campus held their first on-campus voter drive, offering space, devices and an internet connection to register would-be voters.
Sports Leadership and Management Academy of Nevada — a tuition-free public charter school in Henderson — plans to bring its sixth graders to campus for some in-person classes starting in mid-October.
Nevada State College’s School of Education will use its five-year, $2.73 million U.S. Department of Education grant to help with growing more local teachers — an effort to alleviate the teacher shortage.
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.