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Protest at UA in Support of Missing 43 Mexican Students

Indigenous students gone since Sept. 26, kidnapping suspected.

No Decision Yet in Arizona Schools Superintendent Race

Republican Douglas holds small lead over Democrat Garcia; Common Core was at heart of campaign argument.

University of Arizona Teams Up to Capture Better Images of Night Sky

UA, partners will take control of world's second largest infrared telescope.

Retired High School Counselor Takes Pima Community College Seat

Michael Duran concedes to Mark Hanna to become newest member of five-seat governing board.

TUSD children in classroom.

Arizona Selects New Test to Replace AIMS

Will asses students in alignment with state's College and Career Ready Standards, known as Common Core.

Tucson Unified: Grijalva Re-Elected; 2 Others Too Close to Call

District also gets OK from voters to sell, lease, exchange closed schools' property; Sunnyside incumbents re-elected.

Common Core Differences Divide Schools Superintendent Race

Democrat Garcia, Republican Douglas facing off today to replace Huppenthal come January.

Campaign Aims to Get Every Arizona Student to Apply for College

State-wide effort starts today, runs all month; 50 high schools will get visits.

Judge to Decide if Arizona Should Pay $1.3B to Public Schools

Hearing starts today on whether state has to provide money it took away from budget starting in 2009; this is in addition to $317M it must release.

Arizona Supreme Court Coming to UA College of Law

Will hold oral arguments on two cases during an upcoming University of Arizona visit on Nov. 6.

PCC Governing Board Race Heats Up; Crowded Fields in TUSD, Sunnyside

In Pima Community College election, school's probation plays role; funding dominates Tucson school district campaigns.

Clean Elections Not Immediately Investigating Schools Superintendent

Arizona commission says there is reason to believe Huppenthal violated campaign finance laws during his failed re-election bid; seek settlement.

Schools Superintendent Race Focuses on Common Core

Candidates are opposites on implementation of rigorous teaching standards in Arizona.

Tony Penn, President and CEO of United Way of Tucson, discusses the struggles the organization faces with the upcoming season of giving.

Social Service Goal to Raise $8M Kicks Off Today

United Way is starting a major fundraising effort to help fund programs throughout Southern Arizona.

Manzo Elementary Teacher Collaborates with UA, Expands Agriculture Ed in TUSD

Motivated teacher is taking on additional roles at Tucson Unified, working with 3 University of Arizona colleges.

Flowing Wells Latest to Add Gender Identity to Non-Discrimination Policy

School district hopes to equip teachers, counselors, others with tools to best accommodate transgender, gender creative students.

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