It doesn’t snow much in Las Vegas, but snowflakes have shown up at UNLV.
Being a single mom is hard. Just ask Chappelle White.
If “Read by Three” had been in effect last year, more than 10,000 of this year’s fourth-graders might still be in third grade.
The budget crisis facing the Clark County School District is no surprise. Superintendent Pat Skorkowsky predicted it just 19 months ago.
Education spending in Nevada keeps going up, but the Clark County School District keeps complaining it doesn’t get enough.
After long insisting that Education Savings Accounts were “vouchers,” a majority of Democrats in both houses of the Nevada Legislature voted to expand a program of private-school choice that resembles vouchers in many ways. And liberal special interests groups applauded them.
Fireworks lit up the Senate floor Thursday afternoon, and the explosions blew up a deal for Education Savings Accounts.
If no one’s failing, you have no accountability. That’s what lawmakers need to remember as they consider AB320.
It didn’t make the headlines, but if you read between the lines, we found out this week that the Nevada Legislature is going to pass Education Savings Accounts. No special session necessary.
A different kind of private school is looking to come to Las Vegas. If your family makes too much money, your children won’t be accepted.