Articles in Education

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by LaToya Bembry of the Ferraro Group on February 26, 2021
WGU Launches Initiative to Remove Barriers for Students
by LaToya Bembry of the Ferraro Group on February 26, 2021
With millions of American workers facing the urgent need to reskill or upskill for a post-pandemic economy, nonprofit online Western Governors University (WGU) announced today the launch of its Equitable Access Initiative. ... Read full article
by Augusta Massey, Esq. on September 4, 2020
Celebrating the 100th Year Anniversary of the 19th Amendment
by Augusta Massey, Esq. on September 4, 2020
This year marks the one hundredth anniversary of the nineteenth amendment. On August 18, 1920, women attained the legal right to vote in the United States of America.... Read full article
by Fikisha Miller, Esq. on July 3, 2020
The Judiciary: A Series on Government in the State of Nevada
by Fikisha Miller, Esq. on July 3, 2020
The Judicial branch of the government is responsible for interpreting the law. While that sounds like a relatively simple task the justice system relies on a multi-leveled court system. ... Read full article
by Naiomi Pitre on May 1, 2020
Anand Nair is Seeking to Represent District A
by Naiomi Pitre on May 1, 2020
As a proud United States Marine Corps veteran, Anand Nair learned many valuable life lessons, including the Latin term, “ductus exemplo”, meaning lead by example. ... Read full article
by Cristal Louise Boisseau, M.Ed, CCSD Dean of Students on July 8, 2019
“No More Deans” in CCSD Schools
by Cristal Louise Boisseau, M.Ed, CCSD Dean of Students on July 8, 2019
Clark County School District Superintendent, Dr. Jesus Jara, announced the elimination of 170 middle and high school dean positions through a viral video, June 10, 2019. ... Read full article
by Staff on July 1, 2019
Nevada State College: Committed to Serving African-American Students
by Staff on July 1, 2019
Since Nevada State College’s inception in 2002, diversity and inclusion have been at its core. Nevada State celebrates the storied backgrounds of its campus community. It operates with commitment to represent the diverse population of Nevada.... Read full article