Tuesday, Superintendent Dwight D. Jones announced he is ending his service as the head of the nation’s fifth-largest District due to a family illness.
The Assembly and Senate taxation committee will hold a joint hearing on the margins tax proposal Tuesday.
Republican leadership in the Nevada Senate wants to reform the state’s mining tax laws as an alternative to the teachers’ tax initiative that will appear on the 2014 ballot.
When lawmakers and Gov. Brian Sandoval touted a package of education overhauls two years ago that were set to change the face of education in Nevada, they expected the key piece of the project — a high-stakes teacher evaluation — to be ready to go this year.
Democrats in the Nevada Legislature are touting an ambitious package of K-12 education.
House lawmakers are reviewing the legality of solitary confinement rooms for school children.
In recognition of Black History Month, Clark County Commissioner Lawrence Weekly put together his Twelfth Annual African American Youth Leadership Summit.
Sheldon and Miriam Adelson have made a $50 million dollar donation to the Adelson Educational Campus.
Being a finalist is normally a good thing. Not so for turnaround schools.
The federal government reports that Arizona’s graduation rate for the 2009-2010 was 74.7 percent. That’s below the national average of 78.2 percent.