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The Clark County School District's school board of trustees is scheduled to hold a teleconference board meeting Thursday and among the agenda items will be when to reopen schools.
The Connecting Kids Coalition says all Nevada students using distance learning full or part-time now have access to the internet and something that allows them to use it.
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Instruction is resuming in Las Vegas-area schools, but most students won't be in classrooms.
Nevada U.S. Senator Catherine Cortez Masto announced today the U.S. Department of Education has awarded $514,305 in grants to support education in Nevada.
Teachers across Clark County returned to classes over the past few weeks and most of those classes were virtual.
UNLV's students and professors returned to campus last Monday to kick off the fall semester. Although the campus is open, it is vastly different from what most Rebels remember.
A mother's notes from the chaotic but surprisingly hiccup-free first week of in-home schooling
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Connectivity was the word for Las Vegas-area schools as the new semester began with a computer access program snarling plans for online learning.
Along with the usual challenges of a new school year,
LAS VEGAS (AP) — The Clark County School Board approved a set of policies meant to improve students' access to technology needed for online classes.
Equal access to virtual learning for all Nevada students is the aim of Connecting Kids, a newly formed coalition of non-profits, businesses, and local and state agencies.
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Children aged five to 12 in Clark County will be able to supplement their online studies at 13 different facilities.
KVVU-TV reports these facilities will house day-camp activities, such as educational time, games, arts and crafts and sports.
RENO, Nev. (AP) — The Washoe County School Board began approving money that it will need to reopen schools for students in the Reno-Sparks area and safely instruct them in the months ahead amid growing concerns about the coronavirus.
Clark County schools will NOT open for in-person learning this fall, opting instead to do distance learning for all students for the first nine weeks of the school year.
The Nevada Department of Education has launched a new online tool for educators.
The Clark County School District’s Board of Trustees held a special meeting Monday to discuss a proposed reopening plan that comes up for a vote this week.
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The City of Henderson says it’s giving $200,000 to the Clark County School District Technology Fund for laptop computers.
The move aims to make sure Henderson students have access to technology that will support distance learning during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Clark County School District is no longer using Zoom for distance learning.
CCSD sent a message to parents Wednesday night saying meetings will no longer be held on the software.