A year after the initial peak of arrests of Clark County School District employees, the Review-Journal revisits the cases to see how many have led to convictions and what punishment the offenders have received.
Expert signed on to be guest speaker at school district roundtable on Thursday to publicly unveil draft policy on staff-student relationships and communication says “crisis” is also an “opportunity.”
The Clark County School District Police Department arrested a bus driver Tuesday on two counts of sexual misconduct, two counts of kidnapping and one count of use of a minor for child pornography.
Four members of seven-member Clark County School Board indicate they would consider trying to renegotiate a clause in the union contract that allows teachers with a history of bad behavior to move from one school to another.
The Clark County School District has no social media or text-messaging policies for employee-student communications and heavily relies on a vague, outdated video to educate employees about sexual misconduct, a Review-Journal investigation has found.