About 80 teachers from across the Las Vegas Valley presented their findings after months of unorthodox teaching practices at the fifth annual Best Practices Action Research Data Fair at the Springs Preserve May 13.
The inaugural Las Vegas Science Festival culminated with a Cashman Center expo day where thousands participated in hands-on activities.
The Clark County School District’s proposed budget reduction of $407 million will eliminate about 1,800 positions in the Las Vegas Valley, more than a thousand of which are teachers. In every case, it’s the new teachers who are the first to go. Principals districtwide expressed the same concern with the system, saying it’s not in the best interest of the kids.