Congratulations to new Clark County School District superintendent John Vellardita. It’s obvious his power has surpassed that of Jesus Jara, superintendent in title only.
The Clark County School District wants to replace the current Professional Growth System. That’s according to Jason Goudie, the district’s chief financial officer.
A strike hasn’t happened yet, but politicians are already trying to shift responsibility for what has gone wrong. That’s not a good sign.
The leaders of the Clark County School District should be elated, not worried, about the possibility of a teacher strike.
What happened to Bonnie Ybarra’s daughters at Hal Smith Elementary School is a parent’s worst nightmare.
When compared to Medicare for All, the public option sounds like a moderate alternative. Don’t be fooled. It’s just a slower way to get to single-payer health care.
The Clark County School District administrators union thinks Superintendent Jesus Jara has broken the law — again.
The reorganization of the Clark County School District is contributing to the district’s budget pinch. That’s according to Kenneth Retzl, director of education policy with the Kenny Guinn Center for Policy Priorities.
Teachers aren’t required to join the Clark County Education Association, but they can only leave during the next two weeks.
The deans fired by Superintendent Jesus Jara were more likely to be African American or Hispanic than the administrators who kept their jobs.