The Clark County School District is not considering a plan to reopen schools in the next month, Superintendent Jesus Jara said at a school board meeting Thursday night.
Aleksandra joined the Review-Journal in June 2019 to cover higher education. She was previously the education reporter at the Fresno Bee in California, and prior to starting at the Bee, she got her master's in journalism from the Columbia Graduate School of Journalism.
Students at Democracy Preparatory Academy at Agassi Campus held their first on-campus voter drive, offering space, devices and an internet connection to register would-be voters.
The state of Nevada on Monday joined 17 other states and the District of Columbia in a lawsuit challenging the U.S. Department of Education’s changes to Title IX.
The Nevada Commission on School Funding this week will begin delving into the question of how much should the state spend on each of its K-12 students and where that money could come from.
The official count of students impacts the district’s per-pupil funding allocation, and will be translated to the school level as the budgeting process begins this week.
The donor is multiplying donations five times on the DonorsChoose platform used by teachers to solicit donations to purchase classroom supplies.
The Clark County School District will again offer free meals to all children after receiving a long-sought waiver from the U.S. Department of Agriculture to extend the program.
Six students shared how they had been affected by COVID-19 and resulting school closures with the former second lady.
The School Board’s policy of summarizing public comments for the record has drawn criticism and even a lawsuit.
The Clark County School District recently announced subsidized internet for qualifying families. It does not pay for teachers’ internet at home, including any overages.
The Clark County School Board voted Thursday to prioritize two proposed bills at the next session of the state Legislature, including one on internet connectivity.
Parents of students receiving special education services are suing the Clark County School District in federal court, charging it has failed to provide an adequate education during school closures.
Around 245,000 students and teachers — or nearly three-quarters of the total — logged into the district’s main distance learning tool on Tuesday, up from about 217,000 Monday.