Reports from the Anti-Defamation League indicate 2,717 antisemitic incidents took place throughout the United States in 2021 — the most since tracking began in 1979 and a 64 percent increase in incidents from the previous year.
The Washoe County School Board approved a series of stipends of $500 or more per employee to incentivize them to stay on the job as the district experiences labor shortages and vacancies.
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In 2023, in spite of Republican Gov. Joe Lombardo’s fierce criticism of the Steve Sisolak administration on the campaign trail, he kept even more. Ten out of the 17 cabinet appointments announced by Lombardo Friday were Sisolak holdovers
A Washington state education leader has been selected as the Washoe County School District’s next superintendent. If she formally accepts, Susan Enfield will be the district's fifth superintendent in the past 10 years.