Rural districts would be frozen at fiscal 2020 funding levels until the amount they receive under the new funding formula matches what they’re currently getting.
It’s been nine weeks since the start of the 2019 legislative session and we’ve heard many bright ideas for improving public education. But we haven’t addressed the elephant in the room — money.
Though his tempestuous time on the School Board ends Monday, Kevin Child will continue to do battle with the Clark County School District through his ongoing lawsuit.
For the first time in years, many parents, teachers and administrators in the Clark County School District are preparing to make a unified push for adequate education funding during the 2019 legislative session.
U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen toured the Miley Achievement Center in Las Vegas on Thursday before sitting down to discuss school security in two roundtable sessions.
The National Education Association of Southern Nevada, which is fighting to represent Clark County School District educators, accuses the Clark County Education Association of resorting to “illegal tactics” to keep its members.
Last week, advocates held a live Q&A with the Clark County School District budget chief and challenged legislators at a public meeting to step up to the plate. Other behind-the-scenes organizing efforts also are quietly building momentum.
A decision on whether J.D. Middle School and Hartke Park should swap locations was delayed once again Wednesday.
The Clark County School Board will hear from the public once more before deciding whether instruct the superintendent to draft a new policy and regulation for gender-diverse students.
Recent Clark County School District meetings on a gender-diverse policy drew big crowds, but public discussions of the superintendent search or the recent budget deficit were sparsely attended.