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Nevada students deserve extra support and right tools to succeed in post-pandemic world

A year ago, Nevada was forced to shut down to stop the spread of the new and deadly coronavirus. Life was upended and suddenly...

Democrats fan out to tout giant relief bill

With their reelections perhaps hinging on how the public will view the impact of the $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan (ARP), Democratic members of...

Measure would give businesses tax credits for donating to charter schools

A new bill is taking aim at what has long been coveted by charter school operators: dedicated money for their buildings. Nevada charter schools receive...
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Legislation would waive tuition for Native American students

Lawmakers have introduced legislation that would create a college tuition waiver for Native American students in Nevada. The proposal — shepherded by Democratic Assemblywoman Natha...

Democrats press Biden to cancel student debt

WASHINGTON - Joycelyn Fish drove through several feet of snow that blanketed Wisconsin one February night so she could get to a nationally televised...

Expert: Suicide is preventable

If just one person on Kevin Hines’ bus ride to the Golden Gate Bridge had bothered to see his pain, he says he may...
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Not fazed by legislative inaction, CCEA head predicts revenue talk still coming

Voters next year may get the opportunity to raise the state’s gaming and sales taxes to support K-12 education, after the deadline for legislative...
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Charter schools cite special topics, flexibility as reasons they hire unlicensed teachers

Several charter school leaders are publicly opposing a proposed bill to require charter schools to hire only licensed educators, but they suggested they could...
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CCSD Supt. Jara thinks his contract runs until 2023

CCSD Superintendent Jesus Jara’s contract runs out on June 30, 2021. But his representatives argued in two letters to CCSD outgoing attorney Mary-Anne Miller...
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Who’s teaching at Nevada charter schools?

A bill to remove a teacher licensure exemption available to charter schools has been quietly introduced into the Nevada State Legislature, but the extent...

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