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The group supporting a ballot question allowing municipalities to break apart from school districts in order to form their own education systems has submitted about 220,000 signatures for verification.
Several school board members in Clark and Washoe counties may be on their way out, potentially ushering in an era of new education leadership, according to early election results as of Wednesday afternoon.
The Clark County Education Association announced Tuesday that it would not be endorsing any candidate in the governor’s race, marking a departure from the previous election cycle when the union backed now-Gov. Steve Sisolak.
After years of fits and starts, three university presidents, two medical school deans, two governors and one pandemic, last Wednesday marked the end of a long and tortured road — the red ribbon was cut, and the Kirk Kerkorian Medical Education Building at UNLV was finally complete.
Citing a desire for “stability”, the Clark County School District board voted Wednesday to extend Superintendent Jesus Jara’s contract through June 30, 2026 along with a $75,000 raise to his base salary.
Democratic lawmakers have submitted draft legislation to conduct a legislative audit of the Clark County School District as a way to address the mounting concerns expressed by teachers and community members.