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Suzuki method helps kids learn music a different way

To some, Suzuki means a car; to others, it’s an electric keyboard. To Cynthia Man, a resident of northwest Las Vegas, it means hearing music played by young musicians. Man is the artistic director of the Desert Suzuki Institute, which instructs young students in violin, piano and flute.

New School of Medicine clinic opens in Henderson

The University of Nevada School of Medicine cut the ribbon Tuesday on a new care center in Henderson designed to serve wide-ranging primary care needs by providing several specialties in one clinic.

Clark County School Board backs new school funding formula

With plans underway for Nevada public schools to receive more state dollars for students in poverty or who are English language learners, it should come as little surprise that the CCSD put its support in writing for the new funding formula.

Lawmakers delay start of new teacher evaluations

A panel of lawmakers on Thursday agreed to delay for one year a new statewide performance evaluation system for public school teachers and administrators. The new evaluation system was proposed to begin in the 2014-15 school year, but the Legislature’s Interim Finance Committee was told it is not ready to be implemented.

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