Clark County (Nev.) superintendent announces departure

March 7, 2013
Dwight Jones is leaving after less than 3 years to care for his ailing mother.

Clark County (Nev.) Schools Superintendent Dwight Jones is stepping down from the nation's fifth-largest school district. The Las Vegas Sun says Jones, who was hired in October 2010, says he is leaving to take care of his ailing mother.

REACTION: Las Vegans say they're shocked by Superintendent Dwight Jones' sudden decision to leave the Clark County School District.

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