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State House Rejects Bill to Help Teachers Buy Supplies

In the proposal, teachers would have gotten both cash and tax credits to purchase items for their classrooms.

Teacher Pay or Capital Improvements — How Do Schools Administer Money?

A conversation with Ricky Hernández of the Pima County Superintendent's Office.

Poll: Education #1 Issue for Arizona Voters

The survey also suggested border issues and government spending are important to the state's residents.

Episode 345: The News That Impacted Arizonans in 2017

A look back at what we covered and what it will mean in 2018.

Episode 167: Reviewing 2017

A look at the stories we covered in 2017, and what stories will continue to resonate in 2018.

Arizona Voters Would Say Resounding 'Yes' to Soda Tax, Poll Suggests

The survey showed the hypothetical tax to raise education funds would pass with a near 2-to-1 margin.

Episode 163: Analyzing Election Results

Journalists break down voters' decisions, plus Tucson Unified Superintendent reacts to results, and visiting a homeless veteran.

Tuesday is Election Day in Pima County

Ballots include Tucson City Council races, property and sales taxes in various municipalities.

Tucson Police Ask City to Fund School Resource Officers

Having officers in some schools helps mentor and teach students.

Pima County Celebrates Walk and Bike to School Day Friday

Day encourages healthy, environmentally friendly commuting for children.

Ducey: Lawsuits Not the Way to Keep Tuition Down

The governor said a preferred approach wouldn't see tax dollars spent.

Episode 332: STEM Education For Blind Students

Exploring methods to enrich education for those with visual impairments. Plus, DACA expires in 6 months.

UA's DACA Students Rally After Trump Ends Program

Students and supporters gathered in a show of solidarity for those whose legal status is now in limbo.

State Ban on Ethnic Studies Unconstitutional

Case stems from Tucson Unified School District's Mexican American Studies classes and 2010 law.

Feds Won't Sue UA over Affirmative Action, Already Blocked in Arizona

Proposition 107 barred preferential treatment on the basis of race, sex, color, ethnicity or national origin.

Episode 140: Meet the New University of Arizona President

Robert C. Robbins says he'll start scholarships, encourage what UA does well.

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