The transgender regulations proposed by the Clark County School District violate the privacy rights of students. That’s according to Karen England, executive director of Nevada Family Alliance.
Nevada’s broken collective bargaining system has reduced Superintendent Jesus Jara to begging union bosses not to inflict more financial pain on the district. Predictably, it’s not going well.
Last Thursday, Andrew Cuomo, the Democrat governor of New York, cited the Pope in his call to repeal the death penalty. The media didn’t bat an eye.
The Clark County School District sent Deanna Wright to anti-bullying conference in Orlando. She went to Disney World instead.
Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority CEO Rossi Ralenkotter shouldn’t get a “golden parachute.” Tax increases aren’t necessary, but if politicians want an increase they should send it to voters. Read by Three needs a chance to work, even if it holds back thousands of third graders. That’s according to Senate district 20 candidate and Assemblyman Keith Pickard.
Democrat attorney general and Sen. Aaron Ford’s future would look a lot brighter if he had been more honest in the past. Last Friday, Ford sat down with Channel 8’s Steve Sebelius to reveal that he had been arrested numerous times in the 1990s. The arrests included stealing, public intoxication and failing to appear in court.
The conventional wisdom was that former Metro Officer Kenneth Lopera was obviously guilt in the death of Tashii Brown. A grand jury found otherwise, deciding last week not to charge Lopera with any crime. There’s plenty of evidence that was the right decision.
The lawsuit filed against the Clark County School District by associate superintendent Edward Goldman looks like big trouble for district big wigs.
Minority parents in Nevada strongly support school choice, and elected officials are taking notice. School choice is also a way to help modernize education. That’s according to Valeria Gurr, director of Nevada School Choice Coalition.