Las Vegas schools face overcrowding, teacher shortage (NPR): As Las Vegas’ population grows, its schools are trying to keep up with the influx of new students. Teacher turnover is high, and the district needs about 3,000 more educators to reach full staffing levels.
USGA, Pacific Science Center teach kids about science of golf: The United States Golf Association has set up a display at the Pacific Science Center that encourages students to explore the science behind golf.
Anonymous app causes more problems in college classrooms (The Chronicle of Higher Education): Yik Yak, a location-based social-media app that has been blamed for cyberbulling on college campuses, is also being used by students to share exam questions with classmates.
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