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Episode 147: Making the Grade - Success in High School and Beyond

Plus: an update on the state school board, why the sheriff asked the state to investigate his department.

Former Official Behind Ethnic Studies Ban Testifies in Court

Ex-schools Superintendent Tom Horne defended efforts to shut down Tucson Mexican-American studies program.

'Flying Hospital' to Depart Tucson After 15 Years in Storage

The plane will become a teaching space where students can learn about careers in STEM and aviation.

Grants Give 'Community Schools Initiative' Three More Years

Participating schools have seen an increase in graduation rates, federal student aid for college applications.

Group Works to Block Arizona School Voucher Expansion

Save Our Schools has until Aug. 1 to gather the necessary signatures to put the issue to voters.

Education Group: State Should Step Back, Let Teachers, Districts Decide

Education Association delegates headed to national meeting to advocate for local education independence, racial and social justice focus.

UA President Robbins: 'I'm Going to Be Accessible'

Institution's 22nd president has busy first day meeting, greeting, cheerleading.

Hundreds Greet New UA President at Campus Reception

Robert C. Robbins becomes institution's 22nd president, succeeding Hart.

New UA President Robbins Will Meet Campus Community

Several campus appearances planned for his first two days on job Thursday, Friday.

Arizona-Mexico Trade Comes in Education, Too

UA recruits to keep flow of graduate students, while Mexico needs tech help.

Tanque Verde Seniors Look Back as They Look Forward

Anisa Hermosillo and Chris Altizer talk about their experiences as graduation approaches.

University of Arizona Commencement Marks Transitions

Graduation, new president, new initiatives on the horizon.

'Woven Through Time' Reveals Cultural Fabric of the Southwest

Also on Arizona Spotlight: A state budget update; Dr. David Alberts retires from the UA Cancer Center; and "A Book I Love" returns.

Some 'Dreamers' Return to Mexico to Attend College

Tradeoff is taking numerous steps to navigate educational bureaucracy.

Schools Group Sues Arizona, Saying Billions Owed For Maintenance

Lawsuit points to money it says was withheld following Great Recession.

Schools Supe Douglas Proposes Sales Tax Increase to Boost Teacher Salaries

The proposal would extend and expand Prop. 301, which expires in 2021.

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