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Music teacher to serve up to 60 years for sex abuse of children

Former elementary school teacher Jeremiah Mazo prayed one final time with his wife and daughter inside a courtroom Wednesday before a bailiff handcuffed him and led him away to begin serving up to 60 years in prison for sexually abusing three students.

Organization honors CCSD’s Skorkowsky as National Superintendent of the Year

The Jobs for America’s Graduates, or JAG, a nonprofit organization that helps at-risk youth transition from high school to college or the workplace, last week named Clark County Schools Superintendent Pat Skorkowsky as its National Superintendent of the Year.

Budget woes prompt cuts at CSN, affecting tutoring during finals week

Facing a slashed budget and the need to trim spending by $1.8 million this academic year, the College of Southern Nevada has introduced sweeping cost-cutting measures as school leaders prepare to ask for more money from the state next month.

CCSD support staff ousts ESEA in favor of Teamsters union

A decade-long fight to unseat the labor union that represents more than 11,000 bus drivers, custodians and support staff who work for the Clark County School District culminated Saturday in a landslide vote for Teamsters Local 14.

Summit on Education to focus on implementing new policies

A little more than six months after Gov. Brian Sandoval signed a dizzying list of education reforms into law, policymakers and education leaders will meet Monday to consider what’s next for the Silver State.

Vote on UNLV radio station takeover stalled

UNLV administrators on Friday stalled a proposal to hand the school’s radio station to Nevada Public Radio after more than a dozen students, volunteers and listeners decried the deal before a panel of state education officials.

Regents delay votes affecting employee firings, transfers

State officials on Friday delayed a pair of votes affecting the way employees at Nevada’s seven higher education institutions are fired and transferred between schools.

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