Are those principals really “bad,” or were they not given the support, funding or time they needed to improve academic performance? The answer is complicated.
If you want to understand the stories behind the numbers, you have to look at poverty, racism, inadequate funding, poor leadership and more.
The dispute between board President Lola Brooks and Trustee Linda Young revolves around who should represent the trustees on the Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association.
Despite efforts to address the problem, teachers still are paying for supplies for their students. But they’ve also come up with some innovative ways to keep their costs down.
The Clark County School District started the random searches in November. The year ended with a record number of weapons confiscations, but none were a result of the searches.
When does the School Board meet in private, and what do they talk about? And what are those “CONFIDENTIAL” items that the board votes on without notifying the public?
The school board meeting felt like a sinking ship on Thursday. When the budget cuts hit and the ship goes down, who can scramble onto a lifeboat for safety? Who will be left on board?
Rural districts would be frozen at fiscal 2020 funding levels until the amount they receive under the new funding formula matches what they’re currently getting.
The past week in Carson City taught us that you can’t promise the world without the tools to deliver. And so far, Nevada lawmakers don’t have the funds to fix public education.
Washoe and Clark County school districts say that even with the extra money the governor has added to the budget, they’d be running a deficit for next school year if they paid it. Here’s why.