When it comes to being extremely liberal, Giunchigliani has a 30-year head start on Sisolak. He’s hoping a few million dollars in advertisements can close the gap.
A first-year teacher at the Clark County School District will make $15.25 an hour — just in benefits. Teachers at the top of the pay scale make over $100 an hour in pay and benefits.
Congress should ban semi-automatic weapons, and the U.S. should have remained in the Iran deal. Obamacare contained significant advances, and Congress should fix it, not repeal it. That’s according to Regent and Congressional District 4 Democrat candidate Allison Stephens.
A survivor of Florida’s high school shooting is now parroting false information about Nevada’s stalled background check initiative.
If the Clark County School District’s human resource department had gotten its way, Jason Wright, the teacher accused of kicking a student, never would have been a teacher. Jason Wright, however, is the husband of Trustee Deanna Wright, who’s now School Board president.
Records, including police body camera footage, from the October 1 tragedy should be released immediately. The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department needs to be more transparent and more gun control isn’t needed to increase security on the Strip. That’s according to sheriff candidate Tim Bedwell.
A fifth-grade student says Jason Wright, a Clark County School District teacher and the husband of Board President Deanna Wright, kicked and yanked him in early March.
Last Thursday, Trustees held a press conference and demanded that Gov. Brian Sandoval call a special session to provide money for teacher raises. District officials used outright falsehoods to make their case.
Unless it involves killing unborn children, liberals aren’t much for choice these days. Consider what’s happening to Alfie Evans in England, which is even more a lefty paradise than California.
The Clark County School District is interviewing six superintendent candidates on Friday, and Trustees say they’ll offer the job to someone next Wednesday. Regardless of whom they select, here are three things you already know about the district’s next superintendent.