Education

Newburn

Seat shuffling at Board of Education as Wynn departs, Newburn appointed

Mark Newburn may have lost his re-election bid, but he will still serve on the Nevada Board of Education.Gov. Steve Sisolak announced the appointment...
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State data shows discipline inequities in charter schools

Within Nevada charter schools, Black students and students with disabilities are more likely to be involved in incidents resulting in suspensions than their peers.The...

The geography of higher education reform

In November’s election Nevada voters narrowly rejected Question 1. The legislatively referred constitutional amendment proposed to change the Board of Regents of the University...
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Nevada’s new K-12 funding formula is taking shape. Will any revenue follow?

Finding additional revenue to fund Nevada’s beleaguered K-12 system was always going to be a heavy lift. Now, with economic realities brought on by...
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What went wrong with the higher ed oversight ballot measure

A statewide ballot initiative to remove the Board of Regents from the Nevada Constitution may have narrowly failed this year, but its supporters say...
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UNLV wants in-person courses to go remote for rest of semester

The University of Nevada, Las Vegas is asking instructors teaching in-person courses to move to online instruction for the remainder of the semester amid...
Superintendent Jesus Jara

CCSD’s back-to-school plan: Lots of detail, but no particulars

The good news? Schools are now required to clean their microwaves.The bad news? Students, teachers and support staff will actually be on campus to...
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‘Mostly Peaceful’ right-winger among Clark County School Board winners

Clark County still has more than 100,000 ballots to count, but the makeup of the School Board appears to have been decided.Incumbent Lola Brooks,...
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Nevada already ranked poorly in children’s well-being. Then came Covid.

A new report from the Children’s Advocacy Alliance shows when it comes to education, health and the overall economic well-being of Nevada’s youth, the...

Feds aren’t protecting you from tech giants, but Nevada could try

Unidentified hackers recently stole thousands of children’s private information from Clark County School District computers and we know little or nothing of how this...

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