In The News: College of Education

KVVU-TV: Fox 5
September 18, 2023

The Nevada Forward Initiative, a program for teacher apprenticeships at the University of Nevada Las Vegas College of Education has been added to the Nevada State Apprenticeship Council.

September 14, 2023

With ongoing contract disputes between Clark County School District and Clark County Education Association, many question what the future of teachers will look like.

September 8, 2023

Community colleges have more "in language" classes

KSNV-TV: News 3
September 7, 2023

The U.S. Department of Education announced more than 4 million are enrolled in the Biden-Harris administration's plan to help ease the cost of student loan payments.

Counseling Today
September 6, 2023

Although the overall suicide rate in the United States has been decreasing in the past few years, death by suicide among people in marginalized groups has been increasing at an alarming rate. According to data by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), American Indian and Alaska Native people had the highest suicide rate increase from 2018 to 2021 at 26%. Although the second highest suicide rate was among non-Hispanic white people, this was the only group to show an overall decline by 4%.

Las Vegas Sun
August 31, 2023

New Orleans and Miami have played host to the Super Bowl a combined total of nearly two dozen times. Officials in those cities are well versed in the planning and coordinating needed to welcome hundreds of thousands visitors for a weeklong celebration of football.

August 26, 2023

Fifty years ago, the US Open agreed to offer equal prize money to men and women. Find out why experts believe that was just the opening move in the long game for equal pay in sports

Counseling Today
August 24, 2023

ACA recently released the seventh edition of the best-selling book Assessment in Counseling: Procedures and Practices. This revised edition includes new and expanded content on assessment and qualitative and quantitative approaches that can be used in face-to-face and telehealth counseling settings. Counseling Today spoke to Danica G. Hays, a professor of counselor education and educational psychology and the dean of the College of Education at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, about what inspired her to write the new edition and how the proper assessment of clients can help build the therapeutic alliance.

Scripps National News
August 23, 2023

A 2020 University of Nevada, Las Vegas study recruited those suffering from substance use disorder to participate in a 14-week exercise training program that would conclude with them participating in a race.

Nevada Current
August 21, 2023

Access to mental health services in Nevada is atrocious. The state ranks 51st nationally in overall mental health and last again for similar categories in youth mental health. Statewide, there is one mental health professional for every 460 residents, and every Nevada county is federally designated as having a mental health provider shortage. Unfortunately, this is not news.

Las Vegas Review Journal
August 18, 2023

Shop classes may soon be available to some Henderson high school students, after a decision from the city’s planning commission.

Las Vegas Review Journal
August 17, 2023

The Clark County School District is expecting about 10,000 fewer students this year than last school year, which would mark the sixth consecutive enrollment decline.