LAS VEGAS (AP) — Schools in Clark County are reorganizing staff and classrooms after the district was left $61 million short of projections following a decline in enrollment.
The shortage of funding and students due to the coronavirus pandemic could affect more than five dozen educators in the Clark County School District.
The Las Vegas Review-Journal reports that the district won't need as many teachers to serve the students. Enrollment was down by about 10,000 from what was expected.
Only one area of the district didn't see enrollment drop by more than 1,000 students.