When it comes to handling education issues, Gov. Steve Sisolak is getting schooled.
It’s illegal in Nevada for government unions to strike. The Clark County Education Association is laying the groundwork for one anyway.
The battle over charter schools has come to Carson City. A bill introduced this week would stop the growth of new charter schools, which is the first step to withering them on the vine.
The Clark County School District has been using taxpayer resources to advance the political agenda of the teachers union.
Across the country, restorative justice is lowering test scores and increasing the number of students who feel unsafe at schools. That’s according to Max Eden, a senior fellow with the Manhattan Institute, who recently released a study on school discipline reform.
Read by Three is about to become Read by Never. On Monday, a host of Democrats introduced Assembly Bill 289, which would gut the requirement that third graders who aren’t proficient in reading repeat the grade.
Accountability for thee, but not for me. That’s what Nevada State Education Association is seeking.
A bill in the Assembly would reduce the penalties students face for punching teachers. An animating belief behind the bill is that teachers can’t overcome their racial biases.