A vestige of anti-Catholic bigotry is a vital weapon for opponents of school choice. In a case its hearing today, the U.S. Supreme Court has a chance to take it away.
By the Clark County School District’s logic, racism and sexism are running amok in its high school magnet programs. That’s because female and Asian students are vastly overrepresented in those programs.
The Clark County Education Association no longer trusts Gov. Steve Sisolak to deliver on his education promises. That’s just one of takeaway from the union’s two tax hike initiatives.
There’s yet more evidence that the Clark County School District’s lax approach to school discipline is increasing school violence.
Nevada’s largest teacher union treats its own employees much differently than how it insists the school district handle teachers.
A legal fight to preserve the Opportunity Scholarship program has won an important victory. Earlier this month, Clark County District Court Judge Rob Bare ruled plaintiffs had standing to sue.
Turns out there is such a thing as a fireable offense in the Clark County School District. Antonio Rael lost his job as principal of Clark High School for trying to help low-income and minority students.
Superintendent Jesus Jara has set 29 goals related to student achievement. Last year, the Clark County School District met one of them.
Unions will fight the Worker’s Choice Act fiercely. They complain about “free riders,” but their top priority is preventing employees from having the freedom to make their own contract decisions.
While the Clark County School District was spending billions on new schools, the district was neglecting needed maintenance. That’s according to David McKinnis, the district’s chief of facilities.