Though Democrats are expected to maintain control of both houses, Republicans are hoping to prevent a two-thirds supermajority (14 seats) that could have implications for tax increases.
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The Clark County School District's school violence problem has some pointing out deficits in a 2019 law that they say, if addressed sooner, could have helped prevent a share of misconduct that’s occurring.
Days after a student was arrested in connection with an attack of a teacher, Clark County School District leaders announced technology upgrades to promote safety, including a panic button of sorts for staff.
Nevada students say they're still dealing with the fallout from school closures and COVID-related class disruptions, which two years later continue to affect their education and physical and emotional health.
Increasing cases of COVID-19 in Nevada have continued to break records. In this edition of COVID in Context, we unpack the science of Omicron's spread and take a look at what's behind school staff shortages.
The district will call Friday a staff development day, with no instruction and staff required to work from home, while Tuesday will be considered a contingency day, with the same arrangement for staff and students. To compensate, Monday, Feb. 7 and Tuesday, April 25 will be full instructional days.
Superintendent Jesus Jara announced Friday night that he will remain as leader of the Clark County School District, ending a two-week period of uncertainty following trustees’ decision last month to reverse his termination.
Three weeks after the board terminated Superintendent Jesus Jara’s employment contract in a divided vote, trustees undid that action during a marathon meeting that started Thursday evening and spilled into the early morning hours of Friday.
Potentially days away from the end of his three-year tenure leading the Clark County School District, Superintendent Jesus Jara rebuffed accusations of a polarizing, top-down management style while acknowledging a failure to forge unity during a divisive time in the school district’s history.