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Diane Douglas, state superintendent of public instruction, in a Dec. 5, 2016 interview.

Education Superintendent: Minimum Wage Will Hit Schools

That's part of why she wants additional $200M for public education, Douglas says.

An Indoor El Tour bike ambassador encourages students at Billy Lane Lauffer Middle School.

Students Get an Early Lead at El Tour de Tucson ... Indoors

Program helps teach students about cycling by letting them compete with other schools.

Vail Educator a Finalist for Arizona's Teacher of the Year

The winner will be announced Thursday in Phoenix.

Tucson's Amphi District Seeks K-5 Students for STEM School

Innovation Academy will open next school year in Oro Valley for 500 students.

Superintendent Dustin Williams speaks on Election Night, 2016.

Democrat Williams, a Teacher, Wins Pima Schools Chief Job

In TUSD, two incumbents retain seats, third is ousted by newcomer.

Dustin Williams Poised to be Pima County Superintendent

Leads opponent Margaret Burkholder by more than 15,000 votes.

Tierra y Libertad, a collective in South Tucson’s Wakefield Neighborhood, reclaimed a back alleyway with colorful murals.

Feeding Our Future: Growing Community in Tucson’s Barrios

Home-grown efforts to improve Tucson’s struggling neighborhoods start with vegetable gardens.

Students at a Tucson High school sit at a table outside.

Colleges to Reach Out to High School Students in Tucson

Recruiters from about 200 institutions will be on hand at College Night.

Feeding Our Future: Shortening the Line

The Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona is trying new strategies to solve the root causes of hunger.

Student Created Altars Provide Windows Into Hearts & Minds

2015 City High art project promotes introspection, and explores ways to commemorate and celebrate cherished loved ones and big picture ideas.

UA Chinese Student Enrollment Grows, As Do Efforts to Thrive

China sends 1,900 students to the university, more than any other foreign country.

Students walk across campus at the University of Arizona.

Yearly Report Shows Drop in Most Crimes on UA Campus

Some stats on UA's annual crime report may not show whole picture, dean of students says.

Students run the Manzo Market every two weeks, where they sell produce from their garden and eggs from the school’s chickens. Photo by Moses Thompson

Feeding Our Future: The Manzo Model for Growing a School Garden

In an age of shrinking education budgets, should school gardens be a line item?

A new emergency communication network in Pima County is intended to help connect emergency responders who work in disparate public safety agencies.

Fair Looks to Teach Teens About First-Responder Jobs

Police, military and emergency medicine workers will be present to answer questions.

People walk along the streetcar route in downtown Tucson on April 5, 2016.

Tucson Homeless Kids Capture Dreams With Photography

"Pictures of Hope" aims to give youth in shelters a chance to photograph their dreams.

Freshman literature teacher Michelle Callahan-DuMont at Sunnyside High School.

Seven Weeks into School Year, TUSD Still Needs 120 Teachers

The vacancies are being filled temporarily by subs as district continues recruiting.

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