Topic: education - preK-12

UNLV assistant professor Sophie Ladd reads a book to a group of students.
Business and Community | January 7, 2019
UNLV assistant professor encourages teachers-to-be to keep diversity front and center in the classroom.
three students
Business and Community | July 6, 2018
Take the journey into career possibilities with the local high school students at this summer’s Young Executive Scholars Hospitality and Tourism Program. [Photo Essay]
A collage of photos showing a group of 20 students smiling at the camera as well as empty rows of seats in a theatre with a multimedia production on stage.
Campus News | June 15, 2018
Local students get hands-on experience in the hospitality industry through the Young Executive Scholars program. Bonus: A preview of TEDxUNLV.
Research | April 25, 2018
The biggest barrier is getting teachers and staff on board with new strategies in school discipline.
UNLV logo
Business and Community | February 21, 2018
UNLV Center for Academic Enrichment & Outreach programs support students from disadvantaged backgrounds in their pursuit of a college degree.
children at a science presentation
Business and Community | September 26, 2017
As the rest of the country becomes as diverse as Las Vegas, UNLV is creating better-than-best practices for our next generation of kids.
Students in theater
Campus News | August 10, 2017
Step into the world of YES, where high school students meet team UNLV through project-based mentoring and a case-study analysis of the top industry right their backyards.
student-to-counselor ratio: 508-to-1
Research | April 5, 2017
Education policy experts stress the importance of access to mental health care in schools as counseling professions categorized as “bright outlook” occupations for workforce development.
Student measures a cup of Rice Crispies
Campus News | March 31, 2017
Rebel Science Camp uses hands-on learning — and cereal — to get kids involved with STEM education.
preschoolers excercise
Research | March 29, 2017
Education policy experts explore why Nevada must prioritize STEM educational experiences for all children, and why waiting until kindergarten is too late.
Several childrens backpacks hanging on the wall
Research | March 22, 2017
Education policy experts explore how growing the pool of high-quality, diverse teachers benefits students and the state alike.
Erika Torres teaches a fifth-grader
Business and Community | March 8, 2017
Education policy experts explore how to grow interest among students in highly technical industries and what that means for Nevada’s economy.