Why CCSD, year in and year out, can’t manage its money

Why CCSD, year in and year out, can’t manage its money

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“Atrápame Si Puedes” Parte 4

La última gran demanda contra el sistema de escuelas públicas del sur de Nevada respecto al tratamiento a los estudiantes autistas no verbales parece estar llegando a un punto crítico.…

“Atrápame si puedes” Parte 3

El Nevada Journal habló recientemente con la madre del niño a quien se llamó el "Preescolar" en la muy reveladora demanda de 2004-2008. En el siguiente informe, lo llamaremos Bobby.…

“Atrápame Si Puedes” Parte 2

¿La indiferencia deliberada al abuso físico de sus estudiantes autistas es parte del modo de operar del Distrito Escolar del Condado de Clark? Usted bien puede pensar que es una…

‘Atrápame Si Puedes’ Parte 1

Si alguna vez ha visto la película Atrápame Si Puedes, recordará al personaje principal interpretado por Leonardo DiCaprio. Frank Abagnale era un adolescente brillante y encantador, pero sin conciencia, que…

‘Catch Me If You Can,’ Part 8

Behind Nevada’s special-ed difficulties, as well as those of every state in the union, is a real, broader problem It’s a difficulty, unfortunately, with the federal Individuals with Disabilities Education…

‘Catch Me If You Can,’ Part 7

Over a decade ago, attorneys representing the small boy abused in the Preschooler II case suggested to the Clark County School District a way it could prevent similar problems in…

‘Catch Me if You Can,’ Part 6

In 2003, when the precedent-setting Preschooler II lawsuit was first filed against the Clark County School District, a striking section of the complaint asserted that CCSD had, in defiance of…

‘Catch Me if You Can,’ Part 5

Two days after special-ed aide Carolina Gallardo reported James Doran’s physical manhandling of autistic children in his Forbuss Elementary classroom to Principal Shawn Forbuss, Doran — unfazed — was still…

‘Catch Me If You Can,’ Part 4

The latest big lawsuit against Southern Nevada’s public-school system over its treatment of nonverbal autistic students appears to be coming to a head. Hurd et al v. Clark County School…

‘Catch me if you can,’ Part 3

Nevada Journal recently spoke with the mother of the boy who had been called “Preschooler” in the highly revealing 2004-2008 lawsuit. In the following report, we’ll call him Bobby —…

‘Catch Me If You Can,’ Part 2

Is deliberate indifference to the physical abuse of its autistic students part of Clark County School District’s business plan? An entirely outrageous allegation, you may well think. Surely, no organization…

‘Catch Me If You Can,’ Part 1

If you’ve ever seen the movie Catch Me If You Can, you’ll remember the title character, portrayed by Leonardo DiCaprio. Frank Abagnale was a bright, charming but conscienceless teen who’d…