Students and faculty are mourning the death of University of Nevada Reno President Milton Glick. The “Reno Gazette-Journal” says the 73-year-old Glick suffered a stroke at a restaurant Saturday night, but never recovered. Glick […]
School years could be up to 10 days shorter to avoid layoffs during a financial emergency if a new bill passes. Members of the Assembly Education Committee on Monday considered AB117, which allows districts to […]
An organizer says more than 700 students, parents, teachers and activists plan to ride al night in a bus caravan from Las Vegas to Carson City to call for the Nevada Legislature to provide adequate state […]
Thousands of high school students are taking the state proficiency exam this week.
A protest is being planned on the Las Vegas Strip over cuts in education spending.
An Assembly panel has approved a bill allowing school districts to use more money from their bonds for building new schools and improving old ones. It would thwart plans by Governor Brian Sandoval to use […]
Gaming executive Elaine Wynn says she’s “extremely embarrassed” over Nevada’s bottom ranking in student achievement. At a Legislative hearing yesterday, Wynn called on lawmakers to take action. Wynn co-chaired a task force that presented ways […]
(CBS) The following report is part of CBS News’ new series on education: Reading, Writing and Reform. A group of teaches demonstrating in Los Angeles feel picked on, singled out and accused of not being […]
…said the teacher to the student. Holding the attention of kids in the classroom has always been a daunting task, and with the upcoming school year rapidly approaching, teachers face a new challenge.
President Obama signed a jobs bill yesterday but what does that mean for the state of Nevada?