Clark County Education Association leadership presented a slide suggesting “selective sick outs” to thousands of union members during a late July meeting, photos show.
The entrance to the Burning Man festival in the Nevada desert was closed and attendees urged to shelter in place Saturday as flooding from storms swept through the area.
Ramirez won his fourth Sigma Delta Chi award from the Society of Professional Journalists.
The Nevada Supreme Court recently ruled that another law enforcement agency violated state law when it failed to provide records tied to an investigation into an officer.
A 17-year-old Faith Lutheran High School senior died Friday in a motorcycle crash in the northwest valley.
After a video posted to social media showed a CCSD police officer throwing a student to the ground, the RJ requested a copy of the incident report, as well as any prior complaints that had been made against the involved officer.
The document sent to superintendents questions how districts will use additional money in several areas, including for special education and at-risk students.
The higher education institutions refused to provide documents that should be available for public inspection under state law.
Changes announced by the district will mean that 17 percent of schools currently qualifying for Title 1 federal funding will lose the funding next school year.
As UNLV’s Rebel Girls & Company were named champions in front of their peers on the collegiate dance circuit last month, it was a place they had been before. But this year’s win was different.
The Clark County Education Association laid out its plan to create a homegrown teacher pipeline and improve school safety as Nevada’s 82nd regular legislative session kicked off on Monday.
Gov. Joe Lombardo is calling for a review of Nevada’s public school district’s finances, according to an executive order signed Monday.
The Clark County School District is rolling out a new measure in its efforts to recruit educators: new business cards for its current employees to use in recruiting.
Legislative leaders made the announcement in the wake of Gov. Lombardo’s State of the State speech in which he pledged to increase per-pupil spending in Nevada.