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.
The Clark County School Board will not vote on a social media policy for employees Thursday night because of lingering concerns over a new state law requiring background checks for volunteers.
A teacher at Northwest Career and Technical Academy won’t be getting his job back after being fired for watching porn on a school computer in September, district officials say.
Public clashes over extent of electronic communication between students, teachers during roundtable discussion Thursday night on the Clark County School District’s first-ever social media policy.
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.
As the Clark County School Board works to address a spate of sexual misconduct between staff and students, developing a policy on electronic communication is emerging as a complicated and controversial issue.
Reader survey after Broken Trust series shines lights on thoughts from two camps caught in the crossfire.
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.
A bill aimed at strengthening background checks for Nevada school district employees sailed through the Senate education committee Tuesday.