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Proposal Ups Tuition for Incoming UA Students

University presidents aren't asking to change tuition for current students.

Students Exploring Scholarships During Fulbright Week

Program helps those seeking funds for research projects, teaching outside the U.S.

Students Walk Out of School to Protest Gun Violence

Tucsonans joined others throughout the country to call attention to school shootings and call for legislation.

Citing Safety, Schools Hope On-Campus Alternatives Minimize Student Walkouts

National School Walkout Wednesday to call for meaningful action on gun legislation and safer schools.

Addressing Adult Literacy in Southern Arizona

Literacy Connects helped more than 50,000 people last year.

National Protests Over Teacher Pay Energize Tucson Educators

Tucson advocate says discussions are taking place.

Arizona House Passes Bill Giving Teachers Classroom Dollars

The money plus tax credit was the best they could do, sponsors said in response to calls for more.

Teacher Pay; Addressing Cybersecurity; Water Cuts to Impact Farmers First

Also, resources in Southern Arizona to address adult literacy.

Arizona Teachers Wear Red for Higher Pay

Public educators statewide say #RedForEd, inspired by outcome of West Virginia strike.

Marana Unified School District to Consider Closing Thornydale Elementary

The school has 313 students, the fewest in more than two decades.

Bill to Put School Evaluations on 'Dashboards' Passes Arizona Senate

The Legislature is trying to replace single grades for schools with a dashboard model.

Arizona Education Department: Outdated IT a Top Priority

But replacing old computer system still secondary to increasing teacher pay.

Student Lobbying Efforts Double as Civics Lesson

A Tucson high school is getting a first-hand look at the legislative process.

Report: Teacher Shortage Calls for Better Data from Arizona

National Council on Teacher Quality says Arizona and other states should focus on teacher supply-and-demand data.

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.

Oro Valley School Encourages Hands-On STEM Learning

Innovation Academy opened its doors last August.

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