An investigation by the Nevada Department of Education has determined standardized test answer sheets at a Las Vegas elementary school were altered by adults and led to skyrocketing scores from one year to the next.
Las Vegas middle schools are dealing with a problem known as “slap-ass Friday.”
Congresswoman pushes to feed hungry students
A new report shows the number of Nevada school children receiving free or reduced-price meals increased to more than 54 percent statewide.
Students from seven area high schools converged on city hall as part of the 12th annual Teen Town Hall.
Over 300-thousand Clark County students are heading back to class today. And police officers will be keeping a close eye on school zones.
A teacher at Desert Springs Academy has come under fire after giving a “Catastrophe Award” to one of her third grade students for the dubious honor of giving the most excuses for incomplete homework assignments.
Backers of a proposed stadium at UNLV are working on a plan to pay for the project without raising property taxes.
Photo by: MSNBC (Las Vegas, NV) – The parents of 15-year-old Alyssa Otremba say a private funeral will be held for their daughter this weekend. The Arbor View High student’s burned body was found last […]
The federal education department is awarding the state of Nevada more than $14 million in literacy grants to improve the way instructors teach reading.