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The collective education and education policy reform community have been talking about and using the words “teacher leadership” for years, but when I ask different stakeholders what teacher leadership is and how it is formally recognized and understood in the context o...

ANDREW DAVEY, NEVADA FORWARD, OCTOBER 16, 2017

Read this article on Nevada Forward.

How do we improve public education in Nevada? As the President of Nevada Succeeds, Brent Husson works on answering this question every day. We spoke with Husson recently about how he and...

September 21, 2017

Watch Nevada Succeeds' President Brent Husson on Inside Education discussing Superintendent Pat Skorkowsky's retirement and what this means for the Clark County School District.

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After teaching for thirty years in Nevada’s schools, I was heartened to read Meredith Smith’s blog last week, “We Can’t Wait.” I envision seeing Nevada in the top ten of national education rankings. I know that we have the expertise needed to see effective learning in...

“But we can’t wait”

We hear this phrase a lot in education policy when the conversation leads to discussions about how to make long-term, substantive change for all students. We hear it because it feels true, and in some ways it is true. It’s not right, fair, or  just t...

August 30, 2017

Lessons from Ontario: Putting Teachers - and Data - Front and Center

Aug 29, 2017byCarrie Kaufman

Produced by and Originally Posted on KNPR.org

We've reported a lot on education in Nevada.

We've talked about empowerment schools. We've talked about weighted funding. W...

Thank you to Glenn Christenson for sharing his thoughts about our recent article: “Funding for Education Must be Targeted to be Effective.” He called for Nevadans to ask what we are seeking to accomplish in our collective education reform efforts, and highlighted Nevad...

“The biggest mistake a board member can make is not being fully engaged in what it is they’re deliberating over.”

— Stavan Corbett

Members of the Clark County School Board conducted interviews yesterday to replace longtime trustee Erin Cranor, who resigned her Henderson-...

August 17, 2017

 Note: The Clark County School Board began meeting at 8 a.m. today to consider a replacement for departing board member Erin Cranor. You can see information on and follow today’s meeting via our Twitter feed.

The Clark County School Board or any school board, for that m...