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TUSD May Seek to Borrow up to $300M for Buildings

Survey asks if voters would pass bond issue for facilities maintenance.

Schools Group Sues Arizona, Saying Billions Owed For Maintenance

Lawsuit points to money it says was withheld following Great Recession.

UA's Proposed Vet School Falls Short in Appeal for Accreditation

The university will be allowed to reapply in June in hopes to be state's first public vet school.

Schools Supe Douglas Proposes Sales Tax Increase to Boost Teacher Salaries

The proposal would extend and expand Prop. 301, which expires in 2021.

Breathing Room: Asthma Inhalers OK in State's Schools

Previously schools had to call 911 rather than administering asthma medication.

Poorest Flagstaff School Is Richest In Chess

The school currently lacks the funding to send to Super Nationals all of the kids who qualified.

TUSD Holds Job Fair, Seeking More Than 250 Teachers

Most vacancies for next school year as teacher shortages continue over low pay.

UA Honors College Dorm Proposal Stirs Controversy

Neighbors north of University of Arizona feel public input not valued as plans proceed.

Pima Community College Raises Tuition 3.8%

$3 a credit hour increase in face of declining enrollment, no state funding.

Tucson Students Headed to International Robotics Competition

Palo Verde High's 'Optimal Robotics' team won a regional challenge to advance.

Why New UA President Is Million Dollar Man

'To attract type of talent needed' to run what is a $2.5 billion operation, regents' president says.

Lawmakers' Top Priority: Teacher Pay, But How Much?

Leaders of both parties want to spend more in classrooms than Gov. Ducey proposes.

Episode 132: Full-Day Kindergarten Funding Proposal Won't Help Tucson

Plus, local impact of the state budget; Tucson and the sanctuary city controversy.

Regents Set Tuition for Arizona's Three Public Universities

The cost of studying will rise 3.9 percent for new incoming in-state undergraduates.

Fewer Foreigners Applying to UA, Part of National Trend

Applications from foreign students to universities around the country have been down during Trump presidency.

Around the World in 80 Steps

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