Chad Beeten resigned in February after he made complaints to the school about what he saw as its racial mistreatment of his basketball players, according to a letter he wrote school officials.
The event at Valley High School came the day after Gov. Joe Lombardo testified before the Assembly Committee on Education on a bill that would repeal a restorative justice law.
The Clark County School District is holding four meetings to get feedback about budget priorities for the next school year.
Clark County School Board trustees heard an information-only presentation Thursday about the topic but didn’t take action.
Gov. Joe Lombardo testified Thursday before the Assembly Committee on Education in support of Assembly Bill 330, which would repeal a school restorative justice requirement.
As Los Angeles Unified School District teachers strike, some might be wondering: Why can’t Nevada public school teachers do the same?
Lawmakers called on the CCCSD police to alter its use of force procedures following an altercation between a student and police officer last month.
The dashboard will be updated regularly and include information about attendance rates, standardized test scores, enrollment and student behavior, officials said.
The Clark County School Board will consider authorizing a second $9 million settlement agreement in a case related to a former school bus driver who is serving prison time for sexually assaulting preschoolers.
After a video posted to social media showed a CCSD police officer throwing a student to the ground, the RJ requested a copy of the incident report, as well as any prior complaints that had been made against the involved officer.
Southern Nevada graduating medical students celebrated their matches with residency programs Friday. But Nevada medical school deans fear a “brain drain.”
Las Vegas Academy Mariachi Director David Rivera says that mariachi programs are flourishing in the Las Vegas Valley and keeping kids in Clark County in school.
The Assembly Committee on Education held a hearing Thursday on a bill that would lift a 2019 mandate to provide a plan before removing a student from a classroom or school.
The Clark County Education Association complaint says the changes for teachers at 23 elementary schools didn’t go through the collective bargaining process.
The document sent to superintendents questions how districts will use additional money in several areas, including for special education and at-risk students.