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Arizona Spotlight for October 2nd, 2015

Remembering "Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore" with stars Ellen Burstyn and Diane Ladd; the challenges of being the first in your family to attend college, Chris Dashiell previews the first Tucson Festival of Films.

Corky Poster discusses the current renovation project of the Old Main building at the University of Arizona.

Sexual Offense Reports Up on UA Campus, Other Crimes Drop

Statistics part of UAPD's Annual Campus Safety, Security and Fire Safety Report

Schools Chief: Pay Teachers More, Kill Common Core

Education reform plan includes teacher mentoring, tax incentives for educators.

Freshman literature teacher Michelle Callahan-DuMont, a Common Core proponent, and her class at Sunnyside High School.

Arizona Charter Schools Receive $16M in Federal Grant

US Department of Education asks Congress for more new, expanding schools.

House Democrats Unveil Education Funding Plan

Latest in series of plans from governor, Republican legislators, state schools chief.

Oro Valley Will be Home Base for UA Veterinary School

Site has proximity to biosciences firms; will be first public facility of its kind in state.

Arizona Legislators to Be Briefed on K-12 Funding Options

Special session being discussed amid ongoing search for more money for schools.

Regents Approve University Presidents' Raises, Bonuses

UA's Hart also gets additional $20,000 for her housing allowance, taking it to $70,000.

University Eliminates 320 Jobs after $28M in State Funds Cut

44 actual layoffs among moves that reduce numbers of courses, cause class size increases.

Two principals deal with the challenges of a rural school district.

Pima Sheriff Cites 1,600 Drivers for School Zone Violations

Special enforcement targets Amphitheater, Flowing Wells and Vail school districts.

Chia Lin Pao Tao, PhD, professor in the Asian American Studies department at the University of Arizona, discusses how the fine art of Chinese calligraphy contains benefits that extend into other aspects of life.

Far East Meets Southwest During Chinese Culture Festival

UA's Confucius Institute guides Chinese knowlege to Tucson, via arts, culture, language.

UA President Ann Weaver Hart in March 9, 2015 interview.

UA President Hart Up for $25K Pay Raise, $115K Bonus

Board of Regents to vote Friday on compensation for all three state university presidents.

Ruling: No Intimidation in State Education Official's Email

State won't investigate Diane Douglas chief of staff for inquiry about recall effort.

Students sit on benches at the front entrance of Old Main.

UA Student Survey: 1 in 5 Women Sexual Misdeed Victims

Officials say they participated in the survey to benchmark against peer institutions.

Bug enthusiasts from the Sonoran Arthropod Studies Institute share some of the highlights of their living insect collection.

Yum! Bug Tacos, Mealworm Cookies at UA's Insect Fest

The event, in its fifth year, will be on campus this Sunday starting at 11 a.m.

AZ WEEK: Arizona Leaders Debate Education Funding

Also on the program: update on proposal for Tucson-Phoenix passenger rail.

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