This time two years ago, lawmakers had closed the book on what Republican Gov. Brian Sandoval had christened “The Education Session.”
They left Carson City after passing a tax package worth more than $1 billion and approving more than two dozen new education programs, from interventions such as Victory Schools to Read by Grade 3 to social workers in schools. They set in motion controversial policies that shook up schools in the state, including the reorganization of the Clark County School District and an Achievement School District that converts underperforming schools into charters. - The Nevada Independent
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