Combine educational issues with Nevada’s upcoming legislative session and you’ve got a scene straight from the movie “Jerry Maguire”: Show me the money.
The charter takeover issue has turned into a finger-pointing battle between the Clark County School District and the newly-formed Achievement School District.
An Advisory Committee’s decision to hire a consultant for $1.2 million blindsided the Clark County School District, done in a harried manner that left many officials scratching their heads.
As high school students across the country examine this year’s unusual election in their civics classes, a group of teenagers in Las Vegas hope to do more than just observe the political process.
Depending on which candidate you ask, Southern Nevada voters are terrified of the approved plan to reorganize the Clark County School District. Or they love it. Or they have no idea what you’re talking about.
The College of Southern Nevada unveiled a new women’s softball field last week, the school’s latest move in an ambitious expansion to its athletic department.
Schools in only three states — Nevada, Mississippi and Utah — still operate under an opt-in mandate for sex education courses. And when the Clark County School Board debated whether it should lobby lawmakers to remove the Silver State from that short list, some members of the public weren’t terribly happy.