Your average 11-year-old might be stumped if suddenly asked to imagine being the mayor of a city. For Bryce Revnew and Andrew Derecho of Henderson, it was old hat.
A state commission is investigating Clark County School Board President Erin Cranor for actions that led to a lawsuit against her and the district, resulting in a $100,100 settlement paid without the approval of her fellow School Board members that got Cranor dropped in the lawsuit.
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Nevada Board of Regents leaders indicated Wednesday that they won’t be looking into allegations that the Nevada System of Higher Education plagiarized a think tank’s report.
In academia, plagiarism is considered high crime. But what if the culprit comes from the agency that oversees higher education in the state?
Brookings Mountain West issued a statement late Tuesday expressing its desire to move past a plagiarism dispute with the Nevada System of Higher Education and Chancellor Dan Klaich.
The historic Westside Grammar School — Las Vegas’ first public school that was the first attended by Native American students from the Paiute Indian Colony and the first to welcome African-American students into its classrooms in the 1940s — is getting a renovation and redevelopment boost.
In the aftermath of allegations that the agency charged with overseeing higher education in Nevada plagiarized parts of a think tank’s report, one question is pervasive. What happens next?
They see each kid for just a minute or two a day, but standing on the same corners, month after month and year after year, crossing guards become a part of children’s lives. When Henderson schools reopen in the new year, some guards won’t be on these corners.
The allegations of plagiarism and intellectual property theft have raised questions about whether the chancellor of the Nevada System of Higher Education understands basic principles of academia.