Las Vegas City Schools Superintendent Ruben Cordova laid down his plan to the district’s board and administrative team last week during an administrative retreat held at the student union building on the New Mexico Highlands University campus.
A big part of his plan is addressing the repayment of bond money the district has used for several years to keep afloat – a practice the state Public Education Department calls illegal. Cordova had been on contract with the district for several months prior to officially taking the helm of the district on July 1.
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