Turns out there is such a thing as a fireable offense in the Clark County School District. Antonio Rael lost his job as principal of Clark High School for trying to help low-income and minority students.
Superintendent Jesus Jara has set 29 goals related to student achievement. Last year, the Clark County School District met one of them.
The Clark County Education Association’s plan to pass the biggest tax increase in Nevada depends on public ignorance. That strategy has worked before.
According to the standard promulgated for years by Democrat politicians, the party’s primary voters are racially discriminating against minority candidates.
More money doesn’t increase student. Nevada has the test scores to prove it.
If public schools received grades like students do, many five-star schools would be getting D’s or F’s.
Pursing the same policies and goals that enabled the Stoneman Douglas shooter doesn’t keep Clark County School District students safe.
Congratulations to new Clark County School District superintendent John Vellardita. It’s obvious his power has surpassed that of Jesus Jara, superintendent in title only.
The Clark County School District wants to replace the current Professional Growth System. That’s according to Jason Goudie, the district’s chief financial officer.
A strike hasn’t happened yet, but politicians are already trying to shift responsibility for what has gone wrong. That’s not a good sign.