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Nevada Institute on Teaching and Educator Preparation finds home at UNLV and in the community.
UNLV College of Education experts share tips, resources, and activities for parents thrust into the added role of schoolteacher, guidance counselor, and playground monitor.
Ph.D. student Sarah McCarthy didn’t want to follow in her family members’ footsteps — until the day she visited a classroom.
Helping bilingual students — and the teachers who educate them — succeed is a top priority for this associate professor.
Early Childhood, Multilingual, and Special Education In The News
Twelve first-time state lawmakers will be among the 21 senators and 42 Assembly members when the 81st session of the Nevada Legislature convenes on Feb. 1. Two of the new members join the Senate, 10 join the Assembly; all 12 represent some part of Clark County.
Twelve state legislators for the first time will be among the 21 senators and 42 members of the Assembly when the 81st session of the Nevada Legislature meets on February 1. Two of the new members join the Senate, 10 join the Assembly, and all 12 represent some part of Clark County.
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.
The UNLV Faculty Senate voted to kill a proposed referendum Tuesday that would have recommended the Board of Regents extend the contract of interim UNLV President Marta Meana and postpone an ongoing search for a permanent replacement — a move that comes just days ahead of the first meeting Friday between the regents and the ad hoc presidential search committee.
Clayton Rhodes is set to get his diploma this weekend – making him the first student with Down syndrome at the University of Las Vegas to do so.
A Nevada student is once again making history at his school.