A new report found 39 states devote a smaller share of their economies to their K-12 public schools than they did in 2006.
The Clark County Education Association on Thursday filed with the state a petition to change Nevada law and allow teachers to go on strike.
Legislation passed in 2019 requiring new charter schools to target historically underserved student groups is seeing an impact, new state enrollment data suggests.
Superintendent Jesus Jara and CCSD Police Chief Mike Blackeye were called to a joint meeting of the Senate Judiciary and Education committees on Wednesday.
Democratic State Sen. Majority Leader Nicole Cannizzaro is declining to say whether she’ll allow legislative hearings on a bill introduced in the Senate last week to implement Republican Gov. Joe Lombardo’s plan to augment public funding to help families pay private school tuition.
The U.S. Supreme Court just set a date to consider whether President Joe Biden’s student debt cancellation plan is legal – and advocates say Black and Brown student borrowers have the most to gain or lose.
More than 1,600 book titles across 32 states were banned from public schools during the 2021-2022 school year, with the bulk of the ban requests coming from a handful of right-wing groups pushing for censorship of books that feature LGBTQ+ characters and characters of color, a new report issued Monday said.
Nevada is one of the 15 states with less than 50 colleges or universities, according to a study compiled with data from the Department of Education that measures SAT scores, tuition, and more within states for 2022.