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AZ Week: Memorial to WWII Gets Its Start

State officials break ground at Capitol on Pearl Harbor Day

Paul Luna, president and CEO of the Helios Education Foundation speaks on Education/Economic funding.

Full Interview with Helios CEO Paul Luna

Connecting education, economy important for students, parents

Kate McDonald, principal of Metro Tech High School in Phoenix speaks on the importance of tech training for students going to college.

Full Interview with Principal McDonald

Her school can be model for others in rigor, relevance, she says

Sapna Gupta and Ken Western, policy analysts with the Morrison Institute speak about a education/economic assessment.

Full Interview with Western, Gupta

CTE programs feed economic development, workforce, they say

Full Interview with ASU President Crow

Higher ed falling 30K short of grads needed for economy, he says

Episode 99: Educating for Economic Growth

Relevance in schools can drive performance and business, experts say

A classroom in the Vail School District in suburban Tucson.

AZ Week: Education and the Economy

Relevance in school can help drive careers and business, experts say

Episode 98: Immigration Reform Possible

Election results created momentum; much political work ahead

AZ Week: Impetus Exists for Immigration Reform

Both parties, advocates say election results helping create momentum

Full Interview with Sahuarita Supt. Valenzuela

District absorbed $5M in state funding cuts in last 4 years, he says

John Pedicone, Tucson Unified School District's superintendent talks about the district's three open houses to ask for public participation regarding the district's Phase 3 of the School Master Plan

Full Interview with TUSD Supt. Pedicone

Funding increase not expected from Legislature, he says

Episode 97: Beleaguered State of School Finance

Legislative funding prospects seem dim after Prop. 204 defeat

AZ Week: Beleaguered State of Public Education

TUSD will close up to 10 schools; others seek voter overrides; little state help foreseen

Episode 96: Moderation May Come to State Policies

Legislature's election results could move it away from conservative ideology

Arizona Capitol.

AZ Week: Moderation May Come to State Politics

Election results could mean less conservative ideology, policy analysts say

Episode 95: PACs Flood Cash into AZ Races

$19M targeting Carmona, Flake in Senate contest

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