Teaching in Clark County School District
Las vegas, Clark County, Nevada
Getting Started in Clark County School District
Median Family Income in 2000: $50,485
Per-Capita Income in 2000: $21,785
Total District Revenue: $1,761,403,000
Percent of Revenue from Clark County County: 67 %
Percent of Revenue from Nevada: 28 %
Percent of Revenue from US: 5 %
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The Clark County School District, as of 2005, is the 5th largest school district in the United States. It serves all of Clark County, Nevada, including the cities of Las Vegas, Henderson, North Las Vegas, Boulder City, and Mesquite, plus the census-designated places of Laughlin, Blue Diamond, Logandale, Bunkerville, Goodsprings, Indian Springs, Mount Charleston, Moapa, Searchlight, and Sandy Valley. The district is divided into 7 Regions and, in addition to the general schools, it also operates 25 Alternative Schools and Programs. The district also has limited involvement with Charter schools but, with the exception of providing some bus service, does not have any involvement with the private schools in the county.
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