It’s too dangerous to bring students to school to learn, but it’s safe enough to bring them in for lunch. Such is the Clark County School District’s current logic.
The school board’s evaluation of Superintendent Jesus Jara was simultaneously comedic and tragic.
When there’s a conflict between the wants of union officials and the needs of students, Joe Biden has made his stance clear. Adults come first.
Like it or not, every parent in the Clark County School District is going to be homeschooling next year.
Health experts are urging schools to reopen fully. Gov. Steve Sisolak and Superintendent Jesus Jara aren’t listening.
From July 1 to 15, teachers can cancel their Clark County Education Association membership and save themselves over $800 a year.
If Clark County School District superintendent Jesus Jara gets his way, it’ll be harder for children to go to a school building than for a tourist to gamble in a casino.
Gov. Steve Sisolak’s refusal to be proactive in making tough budget decisions has worsened Nevada’s financial situation — and may postpone the start of the next school year.
It’d be easier for parents to enjoy summer break if they knew it was ending.
The University of California might as well award every newborn in the state a diploma. That’s the logical end point of its new college admissions policy.
If only every newly unemployed person had to deal with the “cuts” facing the Clark County School District.
Tens of thousands of elementary school students weren’t going to be reading on grade level — before losing two months of instruction.
Democrats, like Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez aren’t opposed to school choice. They’re opposed to school choice for other people’s children.
If the people behind a new funding adequacy lawsuit are upset about Nevada’s low quality of education, they should be suing themselves.
The desire to protect children is understandable. But what some schools are doing takes that instinct to an unhealthy extreme.