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Pat Hickey
Executive Director, Charter School Association of NV. Board member, Guinn Center for Policy Priorities. NV Honorary Consul for Korea. Former Nevada legislator.
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sylvia lazos Dec 3
Today’s editorial championing “school choice” needs to distinguish bet public charters, which support poor communities and inc our social capital, and vouchers for private schools, which subsidize w taxpayer $ affluent families who reject public school values.
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Mo Denis Dec 4
When can find bipartisan solutions when we work together and have open dialog.
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Pat Hickey Dec 8
“There are two things that are important in politics. The first is money. I can’t remember what the second is.” Mark Hanna (1898).
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Dr. Carrie A Buck Dec 8
Spending Saturday working on Nevada Strong Academy because NV needs more high quality schools serving our most underserved populations! Every child deserves a h q education in the urban core, merging equity & quality. Harmony/Unity from Texas replication for undeniable success!
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sylvia lazos Dec 7
As parents advocate for more $$ for , it pays to be informed as to why the revenue pie is not growing at the pace of our economy and school/student population. has a structural problem.
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Don Soifer Dec 7
World class educators working hard to serve the students who need their remarkable schools most, and on a Friday night — why I do what I do. Thank you! Far West Academy and Coral Academy working with the military-connected families in their communities...
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SNACS Dec 7
Yesterday, was gracious enough to tour our beautiful ! We thank her for listening to our innovative model for personalized learning for ALL students. Stay tuned for a video of our truly eventful day!
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Pat Hickey Dec 7
Would it have helped his chances/exposure to have stayed longer at UNR? Seems like it to me.
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Nevada Current Dec 7
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Adam Kramer Dec 5
. is a huge part of our community, a great neighbor, and most importantly employees a lot of good people. They’ve helped N. Nevada grow fast (!) and the numbers below speak for themselves. Great work and . 👏👏👏
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sylvia lazos Dec 6
90% were rated effective, and under 1% were ineffective. Is that your experience as a parent? plans to move to a new shorter evaluation that hopefully will be more reflective of actual classroom performance and teacher impact on students.
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Teach Plus Dec 6
Nevada Policy Fellows discuss data-driven decision-making with the
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Pat Hickey Dec 6
As I recall, there was a District base school there for decades. Air Force wanted a higher performing school because families were unhappy.
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Coral Fiscal Dec 5
Nellis Air Force Base breaks ground on new school
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Brad Keating Dec 6
Excited to continue working with for the benefit of all students in the State of Nevada!
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Jackie Valley Dec 4
. on a frustrating problem for many educators within the Clark County School District: “Once you get to that four-star (status), you shouldn’t be penalized." (Context: When schools perform better, they tend to lose funding.)
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Pat Hickey Dec 4
Nevada State High Public Charter—another example of innovation and excellence. Kudos to John and Wendy Hawk.
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CASLV Dec 4
Commander Colonel Boschert : "It's gonna be a fantastic school for kids here AFB for the next several decades..." HD Video:
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CharterSchoolCapital Dec 4
RT : Pew reports that charter school teachers are more likely to be diverse
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Guinn Center (GCPP) Dec 4
We spoke to last night re: K-12 finance & . Appeared 2B broad & strong support for directing more $$ to schools. Billion $ question (literally) now is: Where do we get $$ from? cc:
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