In The News: College of Education
Sophie Ladd used a book about love and loss to help her undergraduate UNLV students open up about their feelings after the Route 91 Harvest festival shooting. She read “The Heart and The Bottle,” by Oliver Jeffers.
Denver’s teachers union is wielding one powerful weapon in its strike against Denver Public Schools: growing membership.
Los Angeles Unified School District teachers made national headlines this week when they brought operations in the nation’s second-largest district to a screeching halt. The first work stoppage in the district in 30 years capped a nearly two-year-long negotiations process that saw very little movement on the more than 20 issues brought to the bargaining table.
A series of massive teacher walkouts rocked six states in 2018, drawing national attention to teacher pay and working conditions. While not all of the teachers had the same concerns — West Virginia teachers mostly wanted a pay raise, while those in Kentucky wanted to reverse a change to their pensions — the Red for Ed movement captured the public imagination and created a sense of solidarity among public school teachers.
Why talk about the Holocaust? And when? 12 suggestions for how to approach it.
After years of bottom-of-the-barrel education rankings, Nevada lawmakers adopted a number of reforms in 2015, including increased funding for low-income students and English language learners, universal education savings accounts, and the creation of a statewide district to take over failing schools.
Ideas are brewing for Makenzi Solis.
She wants to research new ways to help special education students learn in general education classrooms.
The WNBA’s growing popularity has made pay equity a hot topic in the sport, and over the course of this season, several players have drawn attention to the issue.
The middle schoolers bustled into the classroom at 8:30 a.m.
Students inside Somerset Academy in North Las Vegas sat inside the classroom on a hot Thursday morning.
New teachers have been practicing in classrooms most of June as part of UNLV's Rebel Academy.
UNLV has put students on the fast track to becoming teachers. This comes as CCSD revealed it has more than 800 open positions in the classroom.