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Las Vegas Review-Journal | Aug 9, 2020 It looks like the failings of Nevada’s inflexible, top-down education system will once again be borne by the most vulnerable. The recently…
The Opportunity Scholarship Program saves tax dollars and allows for greater per-pupil funding of public schools, while also helping students find the right school that best fits their unique needs.
Nevada is projected to spend $10,197 per student this school year, which reflects a near tripling in inflation-adjusted, per-pupil education spending since 1960. Sadly, this dramatic increase in spending…
The Institute for Justice just filed a lawsuit against the Nevada Department of Education, and that’s great news for the hundreds of students who are in danger of losing their…
Clark County teachers are understandably upset over rising PERS costs, which have gone up nearly 45 percent since 2007 and now cost the average teacher over $17,000 a year.
Actual learning has always been the Achilles heel of U.S. public education — no matter how many youths get processed through the factory-style education system.
Sisolak’s hunch is correct: CCSD’s massive administrative structure fosters internal ‘kingdoms’ that regularly destroy fiscal accountability.