Gubernatorial candidate Chris Giunchigliani unveiled her education plan Wednesday calling for increased teacher salaries and more base per-pupil funding statewide.
Trustees rejected a renewal of the district’s contract with the nonprofit two weeks ago, saying that the many of the teachers it places in high needs schools leave after two years.
The all-female staff of student journalists at Green Valley High School took home top honors Monday at the 42nd annual Las Vegas Review-Journal High School Journalism Awards.
Clark County schools will have to reopen their budgets and collectively make cuts to eliminate about two-thirds of a $68 million deficit in the district’s 2018-19 spending plan.
Children of Las Vegas police officers and corrections officers are set to receive scholarships during a ceremony Tuesday morning at the Metropolitan Police Department headquarters.
David Gardner, who sponsored the Clark County School District reorganization bill in 2015, is suspending his campaign to become a school board trustee to take a job as senior deputy in the Nevada attorney general’s office.
Nevada Assembly Speaker Jason Frierson unveiled an education plan that would levy an extra 10 percent sales tax on recreational marijuana for public schools.
Since the Oct. 1 Strip shooting, 1,696 teachers at 28 Clark County schools, and all the district’s nurses and athletic trainers, have received the training, which takes about an hour.
While many community members who supported current Chief Academic Officer Mike Barton’s backers are now pledging to support Jesus Jara, some remain bitter over what they see as a rejection of their values by the trustees.
Three of Nevada’s college campuses are making way for new classroom, lab and office space to prepare students for careers in engineering, education and health sciences.