Current Education News
Key component of UNLV’s Early Childhood Education Center, Claire Tredwell, gives advice to women starting their careers.
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A collection of news stories highlighting remembrance and improvement at UNLV.
Hays joined UNLV in 2015 as professor and executive associate dean and has served as interim dean since August 2020; new position effective July 1, 2021.
Alana Milawski, who as a 3-year-old graced the cover of Newsweek in the wake of Sept. 11, is ready to graduate and start teaching students of her own.
An enduring commencement tradition continues this spring as UNLV president honors seven outstanding students who exemplify the academic, research, and community impact of the graduating class.
Education In The News
As the debate over critical race theory and schools reaches a fever pitch, the two national teachers' unions are entering the fray, vowing to defend their members against any backlash over how they teach about the nation's complicated history with race and racism.
If approved, the change would ban smoking — including the use of electronic cigarettes — and tobacco products such as chewing tobacco in all university spaces, both indoors and outdoors. It would apply to students, employees, contractors and vendors, and visitors.
As the debate over critical race theory and schools reaches a fever pitch, the two national teachers’ unions are entering the fray, vowing to defend their members against any backlash over how they teach about the nation’s complicated history with race and racism.
School district leaders might deny that they’re openly teaching critical race theory, but the nation’s largest teachers union is launching a campaign to have them do just that.
UNLV, through its IT team and responsible for managing the network, has worked closely with Visix to carry out this technology strategy with the goal of establishing a single vendor network to serve multiple departments.
If the 2019 school year was when things derailed, and 2020 was the year we did the best we could in an impossible situation, 2021 is poised to be the moment the nation turns the page and doubles down on education as a post-COVID priority.