The Tuesday decision follows a preliminary injunction issued by another district court judge last week that found an illegal teacher’s strike had occurred as a recent wave of teacher absences forced some Clark County schools to temporarily shutter.
“We are making a plan B, just in case it happens,” Campos said in an interview in Spanish. “It is the only option, because there is nowhere else. We know that daycare is very expensive to take care of children.”
A Clark County judge has ordered a preliminary injunction against the Clark County Education Association over an unprecedented number of teacher absences in recent weeks that have led to school closures.
Though the Clark County Education Association reached out to Gov. Joe Lombardo to help resolve its dispute with the Clark County School District the union isn’t looking for him to act as a mediator in their negotiations.
A judge denied Clark County School District’s (CCSD) request Tuesday for an injunction against its teachers union over its threats to take “work actions,” which it has interpreted as a potential strike.
At odds with the school district over a call for teacher pay raises and other contract issues under negotiation, Clark County Education Association members are planning to confront the superintendent at a series of events.