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Regent to applicants for Nevada Chancellor: Fix not in

Nevada Regent Patrick Carter says he wants applicants to know the process for choosing a new Chancellor is not rigged in favor of Supreme...
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Nevada Connections Academy settles with state, will keep online high school open

An embattled online high school scheduled to close permanently will now be allowed to remain open, following a legal settlement with the Nevada State...
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Options abound, but will schools have money to implement them?

Clark County School District on Friday detailed plans for the summer, including distance-learning options for students and safety precautions for any employees whose jobs...
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Excluded from CARES Act and awaiting court ruling, it’s a stressful time for DACA...

Colleges and universities across the country are preparing to distribute nearly $7 billion in emergency grant funding to students affected by the coronavirus pandemic....
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5 ballot questions Nevadans will vote on this November

Nevadans will decide more than the White House occupancy this November.Also appearing on the 2020 general election ballot will be at least five state-level...
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Not a whole lot of learning going on

Anytime Kristan Nigro sees that at least 60 percent of her kindergarteners have logged on to her virtual classroom, she considers it a success....
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Susie Lee on relief efforts: ‘We’re putting the airplane together while we’re flying it’

Future federal coronavirus relief packages should focus on places like Nevada where the economic damage will be outsized regardless of the actual number of...
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First employees test positive at UNLV

UNLV president Marta Meana announced Thursday that within the last 24 hours two university employees have tested positive for coronavirus. These are the first...
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CCSD can’t guarantee education for every child through coronavirus crisis

The everyday barriers facing K-12 students in Southern Nevada make it impossible to guarantee every child will be able to adapt to distance learning...
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NSHE bumps up deadline for moving all public colleges online

The Nevada System of Higher Education has directed its eight institutions to make the switch to online or remote learning “at the earliest possible...

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