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Hispanic community leaders showed in force Thursday and successfully lobbied the Clark County School Board to fill an empty board seat with the candidate they support Stavan Corbett. The School Board's six members unanimously chose Corbett, who's
A member of the Nevada State Board of Education is willing to step down from his governor-appointed post to join the Clark County School Board. The owner of a personal training business also wants the job. So does a University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Mere minutes after two Clark County School District officials reached an agreement on Wednesday with the Nevada Commission on Ethics over violations of state law, similar complaints were lodged against two other Clark County School Board members.
Four applicants, including a member of the Nevada State Board of Education, are vying for the open seat on the Clark County School Board. The Clark County School District has received applications from William Lucas, Tara Raines, Charles Ware, and
Students will soon have to take state-required tests online instead of on paper. That will cost money, so the Clark County District is applying for $3.35 million from a state educational technology fund to make that happen over the next two years.
Not even a quarter of Kelly Elementary School's fifth-graders read at grade level in the 2010-11 school year. A year later, that more than tripled to 77 percent, according to state test results that spurred more questions than congratulations for the
They're called a minority, but Friday showed that Hispanics are anything but in the nation's fifth-largest school district. In this school year's official head count, which took place that day, Hispanic students outnumbered any two other ethnicities
Nevada's ethics commission has unanimously denied the request of Carolyn Edwards, board president of the the nation's fifth-largest schooling system, to dismiss a case against her for breaking state law during last year's general election. Likely to
Clark County teachers' system of automatic pay raises have been frozen for a year, but they're about to thaw out, not to mention grow, according to the Clark County Education Association. After months of negotiating with the Clark County School
Without rendering an opinion one way or the other, the Nevada attorney general's office has closed its investigation into allegations the Clark County School Board violated the open meeting law on May 21. Senior Deputy Attorney General George Taylor