Five educators turned lawmakers are joining the 2023 legislative session. They’re hoping to add context to issues such as inadequate school funding, safety concerns and recruitment and retention challenges.
Amid rising costs of living and increasing food prices, a nonprofit has opened a community market at a Las Vegas middle school, hoping to provide relief and support to students and their families.
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Across three separate audits of Nevada System of Higher Education’s (NSHE) budgets, auditors called on the system to tighten spending regulations, and laid the blame for oversight largely at the feet of the Board of Regents.
The fee is the first of its kind in Nevada, and has been billed by employees of the newspaper and other advocates as a means to fund the outlet in the long term without the need to rely directly on advertising, university administrators or the undergraduate student government.
The group supporting a ballot question allowing municipalities to break apart from school districts in order to form their own education systems has submitted about 220,000 signatures for verification.
Several school board members in Clark and Washoe counties may be on their way out, potentially ushering in an era of new education leadership, according to early election results as of Wednesday afternoon.