March 31, 2024 12:23 pm

State officials scrutinize 10 Clark County charter schools over financial issues

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“They received a total of six deductions primarily due to late submission of required reports and documents, including some really important items,” SPCSA director Katie Broughton said. According to its most recent tax filing, Nevada Prep reported a loss of more than $900,000. As of Friday, the school owes $466,000 to the state’s teacher pension fund, which is called PERS.

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