A report detailing priorities for Assembly Republicans outlined the need to bolster Nevada’s higher education gap through expanding access and investments.
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The Clark County School District has a $2 billion budget — and no chief financial officer to manage it. With a reorganization looming, the next head honcho of finances faces a gigantic task overseeing the nation’s fifth-largest district.
Every school in Nevada would be required to establish and maintain a library — with a dedicated librarian — under a proposal presented to the Senate education committee.
Clark County School District trustees agreed Thursday night to look further into the possibility of a forensic audit of the district’s multibillion dollar budget.
State Sen. Heidi Gansert said a lawsuit is “meritless” in its claim that she is violating Nevada’s separation-of-powers clause by working for a university and serving as a state legislator.
Students who are not on track to graduate from high school in four years will be given an individualized graduation plan under the provisions in a bill introduced Thursday.
The Clark County School District announced Thursday that it will voluntarily dismiss its lawsuit over a mandated reorganization and file a new complaint after a vote in an open meeting.
Nevada middle and high school students would learn about organ and tissue donation in health class, according to a proposal presented to the Senate education committee.
About a dozen parents who support funding for Education Savings Accounts weighed in on the proposal Thursday at a round table hosted by state Treasurer Dan Schwartz.
If you walk inside the main building of the world’s largest library, you won’t see many books. There are marble floors, stained-glass windows, elaborately tiled ceilings and gold-leaf doors. The Library of Congress, 13-year-old Jack DiPaula says, feels “more like a museum” than the public library in his hometown of Baltimore.
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