Documents show the health insurance trust that covers Clark County teachers was $43 million in debt as of February — the first indication of the scope of the deficit.
Aleksandra joined the Review-Journal in June 2019 to cover higher education. She was previously the education reporter at the Fresno Bee in California, and prior to starting at the Bee, she got her master's in journalism from the Columbia Graduate School of Journalism.
Twelve Clark County School District schools will offer a full-time distance learning option this fall, in a reversal of the district’s original decision to have virtual instruction at each of its 350 schools.
Changes are coming to Clark County teachers’ health insurance plan in an effort to keep the trust solvent.
For 2021-22, 233,258 students have registered, including 11,853 who have signed up for a distance learning option, as of June 21.
A Las Vegas hospital said it had experienced a criminal data breach after a notorious hacker group began posting personal information purportedly obtained in the cyberattack.
Controversy over how racial issues are taught in K-12 schools reached the Clark County School Board Thursday night as outraged audience members forced a brief recess.
Clark County schools will soon begin including flyers in student registration materials that explain the importance of safely securing any firearms at home.
The Desert Pines High School students were quarantined last week after a single COVID-19 case on the campus during summer school.
The Las Vegas Review-Journal won nearly a dozen awards for work published in 2020, including two high-profile honors for investigations into the deadly Alpine Motel fire.
Remarks come before news conference highlighting a new law that will provide billions in additional revenue for the construction and maintenance of state schools.
Bilingual education is set to make a comeback in the Clark County School District with a gradual rollout of English and Spanish hybrid programs in three schools by the 2022-23 school year.
The Summer Acceleration program, funded by federal emergency money, is free to all Clark County students this year.
Thousands of CCSD seniors marked the end of the 2020-2021 school year this week with some of the first in-person graduation ceremonies since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Clark County School District is announcing new mask guidelines effective June 1, the first day of summer school throughout the district.