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Senate Committee Rebuffs Superintendent Douglas

The state’s top school official does not like a new bill defining power to hire and fire.

 Cheyenne Flores, an intern with the Arizona Farm Bureau, told students about careers in agriculture. The rodeo queen studies equine business at Central Arizona College.

Robots, Farm Animals Show Diversity of STEM Careers

Hundreds of students learn about jobs in science, technology, engineering, math.

Deadline Extended for Public School Tax Credits

Arizonans have until April 15 to donate to public and private schools

Education Collaboration Says Data Reveal 'Bright Spots'

Cradle to Career report sets goals for elementary, secondary education, careers.

Students celebrate their achievements at a University of Arizona graduation ceremony.

Study: Arizona Higher Ed Spending Drop No. 1 in Nation

State universities cut $99 million this fiscal year; most other states grew.

METRO WEEK: Cuts Would End Career, Tech Education

Alternative plan relies on grants and matching funds from businesses.

UA Launches Office to Connect Students with Real World

Center will advise students on practical opportunities outside of classroom.

State Land Trust Payout to Schools Will Be Record $105M

12% increase from current year's payout, state treasurer reports to Investment Board.

Old Main on the University of Arizona campus

Universities Want Legislature to Change Funding Formula

Regents, presidents want more for classrooms, end to performance-based funding.

Schools Chief Gives Tentative Support to Funding Plan

Diane Douglas reports on 'State of Education' to House Education Committee.

Students celebrate their achievements at a University of Arizona graduation ceremony.

Study: More College Grads Would Boost State Economy

$7B bump could come from improving attainment at universities, tech education schools.

New Year, New Leadership On Some Local School Boards

First meeting of the year includes elections for board leadership

UA Professor Creates Human Rights Networking Website

Using social media to transform human rights dialogue around the world.

Study: Traditional Toys Superior to Electronic for Kids' Speech

NAU study shows parents 'let the toy do the talking for them' when it's electronic.

Business Report: 2016 Brings 'Cautious Optimism' in Tucson

Some think this could be the year Tucson's economy moves past slow growth.

Education Summit Seeks Ideas to Retain Arizona Teachers

Teachers, experts, education supporters to discuss how to stop shrinking of workforce.

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