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AZ Week: One Step Closer to Education Funding Boost

Gov. Ducey signs $3.5 billion plan, but money won't flow to schools yet.

Education Standards Group Seeks Tucson's Feedback

Public meeting will focus on Arizona's math and language arts standards

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

K-12 Funding Plan in Works; Legislature May Meet This Week

Lawmakers will be briefed Monday, Tuesday on still-secret details of tentative deal.

Movement To Increase Education Funding Grows

Forums draw standing-room-only crowds in recent months.

Young girl riding a bicycle

Walktober Goal: More Tucson Kids on Foot, Bicycles

At least 45 schools and Tucson's mayor plan to participate starting next week.

Students from Challenger Middle School practice before going to DC for a national civics competition.

Teen Town Hall Seeks 'Better Understanding' for Students

Friday event expected to draw more than 250 students, elected officials, school staff.

Native American Governance Degree Offered at UA

Legal, policy programs partnering for courses leading to master's degree.

UA Works to Grow Online Undergrad Program

First class of 165 students has average age of 32; more counseling, coaching needed.

UA Students Make Tasty Treats in 'Solar Oven Throwdown'

Building solar cookers requires teamwork, design and construction.

Online Education Becomes a 'Family Commitment'

One virtual charter school grows in Pima County with diverse student body.

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

Study: Stop Arizona Teacher Exit with Respect, Better Pay

Advocacy group draws conclusion from survey of more than 6,000 Arizona teachers.

AZ WEEK: Which Plan Will Work to Boost Arizona Education?

A look at funding plans from state leaders and the practices of rural schools.

Leslie Bromberg, ARCE AZ Board Member, at Karnak temple complex in Luxor, Egypt

A Love for Egypt from Arizona

Decades-old group focuses on ancient Egypt and its architecture.

UA Raises Salaries for Group of Lowest-Paid Faculty Members

Full-time lecturer with Ph.D must work second job off campus.

Parent Named Newest Member of Vail School Board

Allison Pratt appointed to seat vacated by Jim Coulter in August.

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.

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