In this week's Indy Education newsletter, read about how kindergartners and first graders at Minden Elementary School spread kindness through projects benefits a North Carolina school and Renown Children's Hospital.
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A proposal to appoint a new superintendent for the nation’s fifth-largest school district without a comprehensive search and public interviews has sparked outrage among educators, a top lawmaker and community members.
The program trains students on how to spot the warning signs of suicide, how to effectively communicate with a peer in distress and how to refer them to a trusted adult or resource where they can get the support they need.
The Clark County School District released body camera footage from last February late Thursday evening showing school police officers using force against Black students, after a court order compelled its release.
In this week's Indy Education newsletter, learn about a Reno high school that's developing an academy that will take learning outdoor. Plus, a proposed policy by the Clark County School Board is coming under fire.
The future of a proposed regulation on high school start times is unclear as the State Board of Education has yet to hear back on a draft of the proposal it sent to legislative attorneys about three months ago.
Clark County Superintendent Jesus Jara said he’s undeterred by continued calls for his resignation by top Democratic lawmakers and the district’s teachers union following a lengthy teacher contract dispute.
Outgoing Washoe schools Superintendent Susan Enfield declined to share details on what's behind her resignation in a recent interview, but said it was neither planned nor motivated by any issues with the school district.
The executive director of the State Public Charter School Authority said she’s optimistic about new transportation options that will soon be available at charter schools but said funding inequities persist.