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Clark County School Board President, Erin Cranon (photo courtesy: Clark County School District)

Cranor New School Board President

Cranor has been a school trustee since 2010. She succeeds Carolyn Edwards.

01/08/2014

A kindergarten teacher and students (photo: ERIC CABANIS/AFP/Getty Images)

District Applies For Class Size Grant

The nation’s fifth-largest school district has applied for a state grant to reduce kindergarten class sizes.

11/18/2013

(Photo: S. Stone/KXNT)

Clark County Schools Confirm Record Enrollment

There are nearly 13,000 more students in Nevada’s public school system this year than in 2012.

09/25/2013

File photo of an empty classroom. (credit: KAZUHIRO NOGI/AFP/Getty Images)

Clark Schools Enrollment Hits 313,000

The District says elementary schools are 14% overcrowded

09/11/2013

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Live And Local With Kevin Wall 09/03/13: Pat Skorkowsky, Tighe Barry

Superintendent of Clark County Schools Pat Skorkowsky joins the show to tell us how the first week of school went with him in charge.

09/03/2013

Photo credit:  Bob Beers (http://www.beers4nevada.org/about/)

Live And Local With Kevin Wall 08/08/13: Amanda Fulkerson, Bob Beers, Kevin Wall Gripe Line.

Amanda Fulkerson was the Chief Communication Officer at the Clark County School District.

08/08/2013

Photo Credit: Healthworks Kids' Museum/Facebook

Safekey Offers Parents, Kids Enrichment

Registration for Safekey for the 2013-2014 school year is now open

08/02/2013

Clark County School District Students--courtesy of CCSD

“Zoom Schools” Set To Increase Achievement At CCSD

The Clark County School District Board of Trustees approved 14 campuses as the inaugural Zoom Schools pilot program

07/19/2013

Photo by: dcnelson1898/Flicker

Live And Local With Kevin Wall 07/08/13: The Third Amendment, Henderson Cops, And English Language Learning

A Henderson man is suing the City of Henderson and the Henderson police under the Third Amendment.

07/08/2013

Photo Credit: Getty Images

Teachers Get Reprieve Until 2016

The Education Department is offering states more time to enact promised reforms in exchange for permission to ignore unworkable parts of No Child Left Behind.

06/18/2013

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