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Adelita Grijalva. a TUSD Board Member, joins Kimberly Craft in the studio.

School Turnaround Versus Transformation

One board member says the district has failed failing schools by opting for "turnaround" plan

Education In Arizona

Is it broken? If so, how can it be fixed?

Erin Lyons who is the Regional Manager from First Things First, joins Kimberly Craft in the studio.

Keeping First Things First

Last November, voters chose to protect early childhood education funds; now AZPM looks at where that money went

The Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo is on display this month at the Arizona State Museum. Although the treaty is more than 170 years old, it's considered a living document because it continues to shape people's lives in very concrete ways, particularly their relationship to natural resources such as water and grazing.

Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo Goes On Tour

Key parts of the historic document that purchased much of the West from Mexico are on display in Tucson during February

Paul Luna, president and CEO of the Helios Foundation and Mari Koerner, dean of Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College at ASU, share their ideas for fixing the educational system.

Is Our Education System Broken?

Two educators believe in a fix that holds the whole community accountable

A Brief History of Segregation

Explore the legacy of segregation, and the uphill journey that many African Americans had to make to get an equal education no more than a generation or two from today.

Kimberly Craft interviews Ron Marx Ph.D., the Dean of the UA College of Education.

Mending the Pipeline

University of Arizona Dean of Education searches for ways to connect students to higher education

Kimberly Craft interviews the rock star of science Eric Reiman - Exec. Director, Banner Alzheimer's Institute

Meet the Rock Star of Science

Eric Reiman hopes to find a cure for Alzheimer's in his lifetime

Kimberly Craft interviews Robert Shelton - Ph.D., President, University of Arizona.

Keeping Students Safe

University of Arizona President discusses security measures in place on campus and plans for weathering funding cuts

Louis Carrion updates us on the Ethnic Studies debate.

Ethnic Studies Classes In Legal Limbo

Legal battle over new law could take years to resolve

Kimberly Craft interviews Roy Flores Ph.D., Chancellor of Pima Community College.

Coping with Community College Cuts

Pima Community College chancellor talks strategy as state cuts school funding by 55 percent

Two guests from the Udall Foundation, Ellen Wheeler and Terry Bracy, join Kimberly Craft in the studio for an interview.

Championing the West

Udall Foundation promotes the people and resources of the western U.S.

Kimberly Craft discusses the crisis in Egypt with Aomar Boum and Leila Hudson, both assistant professors in the UA Department of Near Eastern Studies.

The Egyptian Question

Local experts will take on Middle Eastern conflicts in Friday conference

Kimberly Craft interviews Linda Arzoumanian Ph.D., Pima County School Superintendent.

Secrets of the Classroom Chief

Pima County School Superintendent Linda Arzoumanian shares what's involved in enforcing state statutes

Kimberly Craft interviews Keith Humphrey, the Assistant Vice President of UA Student Affairs, and Jeremiah Walpert, a UA Arizona Assurance Scholar.

Assuring Students of an Education

Arizona Assurance program enables students to achieve at virtually no cost

Some residents in Pima County are working on making their community more sustainable by incorporating practices like water harvesting, cooperative gardening and sharing resources. We visit Terra Sante west of Tucson.

The TerraSante Experiment

Local residents work to live in harmony with the environment west of Tucson

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