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We speak with the executive director for Arizona School Choice Trust Elizabeth Dreckman.

The Case for Private School Tax Credits

In the wake of a U.S. Supreme Court ruling upholding Arizona's controversial school tax credit system, one advocate shares the real stories behind school choice

TUSD children in classroom

Episode 13: The Fourth R: Reductions

Arizona public schools begin the task of trimming another $183 million from their budgets - Arizona Week's 13th episode explores

Guest Appearance by Historic Freedom Rider

Join Arizona Public Media for a historic guest appearance by Freedom Rider, Dr. Bernard LaFayetter, Jr., Monday, April 25 at 6 p.m. in the UA Modern Languages building.

Professor to Serve On President's Council

University of Arizona nutritional sciences professor Linda Houtkooper to join President's Council on Fitness, Sports and Nutrition

President Robert Shelton visits the studio for a chat with Kimberly Craft.

Budget Cuts to Hit UA Hard

University of Arizona president says to expect layoffs and larger classes in wake of state's deep cuts to education funding

Science Fair winner and high school student Stan Palasek explains his research on creating a new type of sugar.

Students Answer President's Plea: Stan Palasek

AZPM profiles students responding to President Obama's call for innovation that can "win the future"

Dolores Huerta visits Tucson to talk to young people about the importance of education, and the political process in the United States.

Dolores Huerta Visits Tucson

Icon of the social justice struggle shares her perspectives and life experiences with young Tucsonans

Christopher Conover interviews Jeff McClellan, Head of MC2STEM High School, and Matt Adamson, UA Education Outreach Coordinator, about efforts to increase STEM education at Biosphere 2.

Students learn at Biosphere 2

High school students learn while getting their hands dirty.

We visit Tubac Presidio State Historic Park which has been run by volunteers since May 2010.

Keeping Parks Up and Running

Volunteers are vital for success of state parks that had been slated to close.

Episode 11: Arizona's Inevitable Latino Majority

2010 Census reveals nearly three-fold increase in 20 years; majority could come by 2040

Teachers' Voices with Barbara Gray and Steven Reff

If the economy truly rules the world then why haven't economics classes been required learning in our schools?

Kimberly Craft interviews guitarist Gabriel Ayala about his heritage and his involvement in a charity concert.

Classical for a Cause

Classical guitarist Gabriel Ayala is making music to finance Native education

Episode 10: Senate's budget: 'no gimmicks, no borrowing'

House will take up spending package cutting deeper than Brewer's proposals

Kimberly Craft discusses the ethnic studies debate with Sean Arce, Directorum Mexican American Studies for TUSD, and Jeffrey Milem, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs with the UA College of Education.

Ethnic Studies Debate Continues

Amid accusations and controversy, educators cite the value of the ethnic studies curriculum

Arizona budget puzzle

New University Cuts on the Horizon

With larger funding cuts to the state's university system now on the table, job losses at the University of Arizona look inevitable

We talk with Sherry Hoskinson, Director of McGuire Center for Entrepreneurship.

Women Taking Charge

Director of entrepreneur program says success in business is all about risk, especially for women, in this in-studio follow-up to "Making Business Dreams Come True"

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