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Study: College Calculus Deters Women from STEM Fields

Explanation for gender gap in science and technology jobs emerges in nationwide study.

Tucson College Joins Growing Group of For-Profit Colleges That Will Close

Third private college to announce Tucson closure this year.

Man Who Faked Report of Shooter at UA Sent to Prison

Mir Islam pled guilty on three federal charges.

One of the closed TUSD schools sits with empty hallways.

TUSD Seeks to Lease or Sell Closed Schools

Nearly 20 shut down in last six years, with several still sitting unused.

Arizona's Prop 123 Money Goes to More Than K-12 Schools

Universities, prisons, hospitals, state charity fund share in largesse.

Education Conference Shines Light on Arizona Funding

Arizona Education Association incoming president says funding still below pre-recession.

Students at Southwest Junior High School in San Luis, Ariz.

State Starts Sending Prop 123 Money to Schools

$191 million from state Land Trust Fund, another $74 million from general fund.

Arizona Students Improve Test Scores, But Most Still Fail

Statewide results of AzMerit released Monday; individual outcomes still to come.

Issues with Accreditor May Put Tucson Schools in Limbo

Students face loss of financial aid if they aren't overseen by approved agency.

5th Grade students at Vail Academy and High School.

Proposition 123 Payments to Schools May Start This Week

First installment, at $260M, approved by voters in May special election.

State Schools Chief Begins 'Listening Tour' in Tucson

Diane Douglas will discuss 'AZ Kids Can't Wait' plan in two metro area sessions.

Camp Encourages Girls to Be Firefighters, Police Officers

Public safety jobs are dominated by men; camp aims to change that.

PCC Makes Case for Removing Accrediting 'Notice' Sanction

The college was taken off probation but placed on notice in May 2015.

What Will a New President Mean for University of Arizona?

Hart's successor will pick up on her progress, face new challenges.

Students walk across the UA Mall as the sun sets in the background. Photo taken December 10th, 2015.

Students Ponder Impact of University Leadership Change

President Ann Weaver Hart to step down as president by 2018.

TUSD Board Votes to Make Changes to Sex Ed Curriculum

Community members will be asked for input after former students suggested it.

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