In The News: College of Education

The Nevada Independent
September 14, 2020

Smoke-filled air settling over northwest Nevada because of raging wildfires has created a yo-yo effect for the Washoe County School District.

Las Vegas Sun
September 14, 2020

Suzanne Romero, a first-grade teacher at Tom Williams Elementary School in North Las Vegas, says many of her students have immigrants parents who aren’t familiar with the American school system. They get confused by some of the notifications that are sent home from the school, which could lead to their children falling behind.

Yahoo!
September 9, 2020

At a school board meeting in Phoenix this month, parent after parent got up to speak, letting the tensions of a year of uncertainty spill out inside a musty auditorium at the Queen Creek Unified School District.

USA Today
September 9, 2020

At a school board meeting in Phoenix this month, parent after parent got up to speak, letting the tensions of a year of uncertainty spill out inside a musty auditorium at the Queen Creek Unified School District.

msn
September 9, 2020

At a school board meeting in Phoenix this month, parent after parent got up to speak, letting the tensions of a year of uncertainty spill out inside a musty auditorium at the Queen Creek Unified School District.

The 19th
September 8, 2020

Educators want their safety to also be a priority in the return to school. But some are still being held to contracts that threaten fees or a suspension of their license if they quit.

Los Angeles Times
September 8, 2020

In a city with more than 50 wedding chapels, Anthony Herrera helped orchestrate an unusual marriage proposal by one of his best friends — at the front gates of the Death Star.

Seattle Times
September 6, 2020

The relationship between unions and school districts took on a new dimension during the pandemic.

Nevada Current
September 4, 2020

As the Clark County School District wraps up its second week of instruction, at least 39,574 students lack a Chromebook or device that allows them to fully participate in distance learning.

Las Vegas Review Journal
September 3, 2020

Clark County teachers and families are reporting big spikes in their data usage and accompanying bills during the first month of virtual education, with some saying they are exceeding caps of more than 1 terabyte offered by internet service providers like Cox.

El Tiempo
September 3, 2020

Clark County teachers and families are reporting large spikes in data usage and accompanying bills during the first month of virtual education, with some claiming they are exceeding the more than one terabyte caps offered by Internet service providers. like Cox.

KNPR News
September 2, 2020

Teachers across Clark County returned to classes over the past few weeks and most of those classes were virtual.