Being an ineffective teacher in the Clark County School District pays off — literally. Two weeks ago, a federal judge ordered the district to reinstate, with back pay, teachers fired in 2014 for poor performance.
The Republican will pursue an agenda of growth, opportunity and prosperity through policies that encourage scholarship, entrepreneurship and innovation.
It’s not possible to prevent every tragedy. There’s a responsibility, however, to learn from them. That’s why it’s so disappointing that state health officials still haven’t fix a problem exposed during the chaotic aftermath of the Oct. 1 massacre.
Those benefiting the most? Younger and less-educated workers.
Dana White has tolerated — even encouraged — this sort of nonsense between fighters as a promotional tactic.
All this should be relevant to moderate and independent voters as the midterm elections near.
Closing the Nevada Virtual Academy charter school’s failing elementary program is a great sign of success.
Nations operating under a system that respects the rights of their citizens to conduct their own affairs tend to be happier, more prosperous and more stable.
Why would the NSEA and Clark County School District ignore the potential for such a windfall?
At least two Democrats running for reelection are bragging about increasing funding for Opportunity Scholarships. That’s a school choice program Republicans passed in 2015 without a single Democrat vote.