As students and teachers wrap up the final weeks of the school year, Washoe County Superintendent Kristen McNeill is doing the same — except, in her case, it will be a final goodbye.
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The Biden administration extended a pause on federal student loan repayments through Aug. 31, a welcome relief for many Nevadans. At 18 percent, the state has one of the highest student loan default rates.
The Clark County School District's school violence problem has some pointing out deficits in a 2019 law that they say, if addressed sooner, could have helped prevent a share of misconduct that’s occurring.
A Washington state education leader has been selected as the Washoe County School District’s next superintendent. If she formally accepts, Susan Enfield will be the district's fifth superintendent in the past 10 years.
With just nine weeks left before the end of the fiscal year, Officer in Charge Crystal Abba told regents that there was “absolutely no way” to balance the budget before the end of the fiscal year in June.
Days after a student was arrested in connection with an attack of a teacher, Clark County School District leaders announced technology upgrades to promote safety, including a panic button of sorts for staff.
Carson City District Court judge ruled against a school voucher initiative to create “education freedom accounts” on Tuesday, declaring that it failed to accurately describe the initiative's possible effects and could create a massive, unfunded mandate.
Nevada students say they're still dealing with the fallout from school closures and COVID-related class disruptions, which two years later continue to affect their education and physical and emotional health.
Emails obtained by The Nevada Independent through public records requests shed new light on the internal debates within the Board of Regents and the NSHE leadership over how to handle the increasingly divisive political football of a COVID vaccine mandate.
The announcement came by way of a public meeting agenda posted late Monday afternoon that includes details of a possible resignation agreement to buyout roughly half of Rose’s remaining contract, or $610,000.
Tuesday’s announcement follows a pledge by Sisolak during a rare, off-year State of the State address to explore new ways to implement free community college or provide more free training programs by 2025.