In The News: College of Education

Las Vegas Sun
December 6, 2021

A Las Vegas company is getting in on the ground floor of promoting and marketing college athletes, and a number of UNLV players are already cashing in.

Las Vegas Review Journal
November 30, 2021

Two new initiatives to address the ongoing teacher shortage in Nevada aim to show it’s possible to add more educators to the pool by subtracting obstacles that may otherwise prevent them from pursuing careers in the classroom.

Education Week
November 23, 2021

Most front-line educators are already vaccinated against COVID-19, but toothless mandates and murky data have stalled school districts’ progress toward a fully vaccinated staff.

Insider
November 19, 2021

Here's how average IQ varies depending on age, geographic location, and occupation.

Nevada Appeal
November 19, 2021

Learning from and associating with successful professionals can change the lives of Nevada System of Higher Education students on Saturday, Nov. 20.

KUER
November 9, 2021

He’s a jolly guy and he puts on a good face for his students and staff. But behind the scenes he’s exhausted.

Wyoming Public Media
November 8, 2021

It’s mid-morning at Gwendolyn Woolley Elementary School in North Las Vegas and principal Joseph Uy is walking the hallways. He greets kids and is wearing a mask with a picture of the school mascot on it – a woolly mammoth.

Boise Public State Radio
November 5, 2021

It’s mid-morning at Gwendolyn Woolley Elementary School in North Las Vegas and principal Joseph Uy is walking the hallways. He’s a jolly guy and he puts on a good face for his students and staff. But behind the scenes he’s exhausted.

New America
November 4, 2021

When it comes to providing an affordable public higher education to undocumented students, few states compare to Maryland.

WKRG
November 4, 2021

At age 4, your toddler has officially transitioned to childhood and with that, they have developed a greater appreciation for new experiences and elevated creativity.

NPR
November 3, 2021

Even in non-pandemic years, Las Vegas has struggled to fill school jobs.

El Tiempo
October 19, 2021

In the latest in a series of courtroom losses over its special education program, a federal judge has ordered the Clark County School District to pay more than $450,000 to a prominent Las Vegas couple for failing to prepare an adequate study plan for their dyslexic daughter.