A female employee in the Clark County School District was so fearful of Trustee Kevin Child that she wrote to officials she would “often look in my mirror to see if he is following me,” according to internal documents obtained by the Review-Journal.
Responding to an emergency motion filed by the Review-Journal, District Court Judge Timothy Williams orders the district to comply with last week’s ruling by the Nevada Supreme Court and turn over the records within two days.
Students who qualify for the Meadows School aid are locked in for a 12-year education as long as they maintain good grades, otherwise remain in good standing and continue to show a financial need.
Richard Knoeppel, an architectural design instructor at Advanced Technologies Academy in Las Vegas, received the 2019 Nevada Teacher of the Year award from Gov. Brian Sandoval on Monday.
Students who want an exemption from mandatory tuition and fees at Nevada’s community colleges need to finish their Nevada Promise Scholarship application by Oct. 31.
While critics question the new Clark County School District policy aimed at cracking down on weapons on campus, Liberty High junior Anahit Topachikyan says valuing “privacy over safety doesn’t exactly seem like a good option.”
Edquity, which describes itself as a “one-stop shop” for college-related finance, was among 100 new financial technology companies chosen by Money20/20 for its USA Startup Academy this week.
In a unanimous ruling in a lawsuit filed by the Review-Journal, the Supreme Court upheld a District Court decision to order disclosure of the documents related to an investigation of complaints about Trustee Kevin Child’s behavior.
Nevada legislators have given final approval to a regulation that guides how school districts should address the needs of transgender students.
Clark County School District police have been working to get social media sites to remove videos showing two Sunrise Mountain High School students having sex in a boys’ bathroom last week.