This week's Indy Education newsletter features the Carson High School band director who will be part of the Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade and recap of the Washoe County schools' State of Education address.
The Carnegie Research Classifications’ top rating — R1, or “very high research activity” — is among the most sought-after designations for research institutions nationwide, widely seen by administrators as a marker of institutional success and as a valuable tool in recruiting top-flight faculty and students.
Multiple interviews with administrators and faculty involved with discussions suggest regents will be presented with a raft of options to help stem the budget bleeding — including a potential increase in student fees coupled with yet more institutional cuts.
On this week's edition, a recap of a recent panel discussion during IndyFest 2023 on the merits of the Reading by Grade 3 retention policy. Plus, students help a teacher develop class on ethnicity and diversity.
A cybersecurity breach in the Clark County School District this week forced some teachers to shift assignments from computers to paper, and has made emails and other files unavailable to staff while off campus.
Usual guidelines went to the wayside at Wednesday’s North Las Vegas City Council meeting when Mayor Pamela Goynes-Brown nominated Councilman Isaac Barron, a Rancho High School teacher, as its nonvoting member on the board.
The Interim Finance Committee on Wednesday authorized $2.6 million for the Humboldt County School District to pay for staff salary raises through a $250 million matching fund created during the legislative session.