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February 28, 2015
F grades will cost Nevada community colleges millions - Reno Gazette Journal

Reno Gazette Journal

F grades will cost Nevada community colleges millions
Reno Gazette Journal
“They are our feeder schools and would traditionally have students more likely to struggle,” said Vic Redding, the vice chancellor of finance and administration for Nevada System of Higher Education. It is a devastating blow to the state's community ...

February 9, 2015
Chancellor subject of UNLV philosophy professor's satirical protest - Las Vegas Review-Journal

Las Vegas Review-Journal

Chancellor subject of UNLV philosophy professor's satirical protest
Las Vegas Review-Journal
A UNLV professor began the bureaucratic process of dealing with a student who had plagiarized and got mad. He was asking for a student be held accountable while, in his opinion, the chancellor of the Nevada System of Higher Education was getting away ...

February 27, 2015
Nevada Legislature: Lawmakers asked to boost funding for UNLV medical school - Nevada Appeal

Nevada Legislature: Lawmakers asked to boost funding for UNLV medical school
Nevada Appeal
Nevada higher education officials on Tuesday asked legislators for three times more money than the governor has proposed to ramp up construction of a medical school in Las Vegas. Nevada System of Higher Education officials presented their budget ...

February 27, 2015
COMMON CORE: Why being college-ready matters - KRNV My News 4

COMMON CORE: Why being college-ready matters
KRNV My News 4
"When we do raise expectations, support our students to get there, and then hand them a diploma at the end of the day and they can walk into an employer, they can walk into a university system and everyone knows what they're getting, absolutely it ...

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February 24, 2015
Education officials ask lawmakers to increase medical school funding past ... - Fox Business

CBS Local

Education officials ask lawmakers to increase medical school funding past ...
Fox Business
CARSON CITY, Nev. – Nevada higher education officials on Tuesday asked legislators for three times more money than the governor has proposed to ramp up construction of a medical school in Las Vegas. Nevada System of Higher Education officials ...
Legislators ask for more UNLV medical school fundsLas Vegas Review-Journal

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February 28, 2015
How to Educate Boys - New York Times

New York Times

How to Educate Boys
New York Times
Gender inequality in postsecondary education is partly the product of a K-12 educational system that presses academic and social skills at an age when girls are typically more socially and physiologically ready than boys. A modern educational system ...

February 28, 2015
In 2016, candidates count, but don't ignore the fundamentals of the changing ... - Chron.com

Chron.com

In 2016, candidates count, but don't ignore the fundamentals of the changing ...
Chron.com
Two more -- Nevada and Maryland -- will hit that marker before the end of this decade, with the pattern continuing steadily. By 2060 ... Education levels also are changing the electorate. In 1980 only ... In the shorter term, the current partisan ...

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February 24, 2015
Education officials lobby for $27 million for UNLV medical school - Las Vegas Sun

Las Vegas Sun

Education officials lobby for $27 million for UNLV medical school
Las Vegas Sun
Dan Klaich, chancellor of the Nevada System of Higher Education, said he believes Sandoval will come around. “It's a big bite up front. But it's a bite that pays back in very short order,” he said. Republican Assemblyman Pat Hickey said lawmakers could ...

February 17, 2015
Higher education investment can reap big dividends - Las Vegas Review-Journal

Higher education investment can reap big dividends
Las Vegas Review-Journal
It's merely good business and the best investment our state can make. There is no better, more efficient or responsible way to spend tax dollars than to invest in education. Trevor Hayes is the District 2 regent for the Nevada System of Higher Education.

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February 23, 2015
Idaho's nursing shortage is over - except where it isn't - SunHerald.com

Idaho's nursing shortage is over - except where it isn't
SunHerald.com
Idaho's higher education institutions have since worked to meet employers' demand for new nurses over the next 10 years, the Idaho Department of Labor found in a recent report. But Idaho still has the ... Every state that borders Idaho pays its nursing ...

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