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Stavan Corbett Takes A Seat On The Clark County School Board
Stavan Corbett Takes A Seat On The Clark County School Board

AIR DATE: December 16, 2013

In early December, the Clark County School Board picked Stavan Corbett to replace outgoing trustee Lorraine Alderman. He is the only Hispanic member of the seven-person board. And he represents a district with many English Language Learners. In fact, his district includes all 14 of the Zoom Schools. How will his background and experience in education inform his decisions on the school board? And how does he plan to improve academic achievement for English Language Learners and other students in his district?


Stavan Corbett, trustee, Clark County School Board

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