Gov. Steve Sisolak will have to appoint two members to the State Board of Education following the term expiration of its chairwoman and the resignation of another member.
Amelia covers K-12 education for the Review-Journal, where she came after covering education for two years at the Lowell Sun in Lowell, Massachusetts. She is a Boston University graduate with degrees in political science and journalism, and her awards include first place in education reporting from the New England Newspaper and Press Association. She’s a proud North Carolina native.
The Clark County Commission on Thursday signaled a cautious willingness to partner with the Clark County School District on education initiatives that would be funded through a potential quarter-percent sales tax, but stressed the need for accountability, information and easier public access to school grounds.
Following a Review-Journal investigation, a state agency analysis found a lack of communication among agencies overseeing private boarding schools.
The goal, school leaders say, is to keep all middle and high school deans while equally distributing the financial burden across all the schools.
The lawsuits accuse Kasey Glass, a former Kirk Adams Elementary School teacher, of subjecting two autistic children to physical and verbal abuse.
A District Court judge in Las Vegas granted a temporary restraining order Wednesday requested by the administrators union.
The move, approved unanimously by the Clark County School Board early this year, is no longer on the table for Delta Academy and the 100 Academy of Excellence.
When does the School Board meet in private, and what do they talk about? And what are those “CONFIDENTIAL” items that the board votes on without notifying the public?
Nevada Virtual Academy claims the Charter Public School Authority imposed unlawful conditions in its renewal contract that would cause irreparable harm to its students.
While the CCSD administrators union has filed a lawsuit to stop the elimination of 170 dean positions, the district is moving forward with alternatives to school safety.
The Clark County School District is reminding families that it does not report undocumented immigrants to authorities.
The settlement for three former students at Canyon Springs High School in North Las Vegas stems from a 2013 fight that erupted during a senior breakfast.
Union representing 170 Clark County School District deans whose jobs were cut in budget cuts says School Board improperly OK’d the action in closed meeting.
Some Clark County schools are finding creative ways to save administrative positions threatened by recent budget cuts, but others are being forced to make do with less.
Superintendent announces departures of chief of staff and communications chief along with the hirings of a new chief of staff and chief operations officer.