The Clark County School District finally has a plan to get students back in the classroom.
If he weren’t the one supporting it, Superintendent Jesus Jara might decry distance learning as an example of systemic racism, implicit bias or both.
If it’s safe enough to have 1,000 people at a convention, it’s safe enough to put kids in schools.
After just two days, it’s already apparent that distance learning is a slow-motion disaster. Unfortunately, Clark County School District leaders aren’t taking steps to fix it.
If you want proof that it’s safe for children to return to school, just look at the day camps Clark County is now offering parents.
The school board’s evaluation of Superintendent Jesus Jara was simultaneously comedic and tragic.
Like it or not, every parent in the Clark County School District is going to be homeschooling next year.
Health experts are urging schools to reopen fully. Gov. Steve Sisolak and Superintendent Jesus Jara aren’t listening.
From July 1 to 15, teachers can cancel their Clark County Education Association membership and save themselves over $800 a year.
If Clark County School District superintendent Jesus Jara gets his way, it’ll be harder for children to go to a school building than for a tourist to gamble in a casino.