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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.

Governor Appoints New Arizona Regent Following Resignation of Chair

Chairman Greg Patterson resigned Monday saying he didn't want to be a 'distraction.'

Academic Boot Camp Helps Veterans on Path to University, Civilian Life

Warrior-Scholar Project also aims to ease veterans worries about transitioning.

Episode 142: TUSD Searches for Next Superintendent

Also, Rosemont mine gets US environmental OK; opponents say they'll continue resisting.

Public Weighs in on TUSD Superintendent Profile

Sessions meant to identify qualities of ideal candidate.

TUSD to Host Public Forums on Superintendent Search

Consultant: The idea is to build the ideal profile of a candidate and emphasize transparency in search.

Episode 140: Meet the New University of Arizona President

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

Kids' Nutrition Needs Don't End When School Does

TUSD takes part in a network of sites offering free summer meals to kids.

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.

Beating the Odds to Graduate from High School

Youth On Their Own aims to keep homeless and unaccompanied young people in school.

PCC, Lacking State Funding, Seeks Property Tax Increase

If approved, increase would bring in about $3.2 million a year, cost homeowner $6.

Pima Community College Holds High School Equivalency Graduation

About 800 people earned GED or High School Equivalency diplomas in Pima County this year.

Arizona-Mexico Trade Comes in Education, Too

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

UA Expands Global Footprint With Micro-Campuses

The university says it will be capable of educating more than 25,000 international students abroad.

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