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Court Bars From Ballot Tax on Wealthy to Fund Education

A majority of the court found that the measure's description of the change in tax rates creates a danger of confusion or unfairness.

TUSD to Start Review of Controversial Textbook at Teachers' Request

The economics course was canceled at TUSD last year. It could be back in front of the board for approval in November.

TUSD Will Appeal State Decision to Revoke Sabino's 2018 Baseball Championship

TUSD will invoke its right according to Superintendent Gabriel Trujillo after the AIA chose to remove the 2018 State Championship title and place Sabino's baseball program on a one-year probation.

Pima College Expanding Manufacturing Focus With New Center

The college will replace a closed hotel with an applied technology center.

TUSD Opens Survey Over Language Used for Days Off for Rodeo

A group called on the district to change the term, which they say glorifies the abuse of animals.

Pima Community College Partners with Caterpillar

Engineers will gain experience welding and machining at PCC.

Proposal to Tax the Wealthy for Schools: Proposition 207

The Invest in Education Act surpassed the required number of signatures to go to voters in November.

Campaigns Underway for TUSD, SUSD Boards

Incumbents seek to defend their seats against challengers.

Home Sharing Is a Second 'Job' for Many Tucson Teachers

Airbnb says 12 percent of Tucson "hosts" are educators.

Arizona Unemployment Drops Slightly in July

Figure stands at 4.6 percent; seasonal job losses in education, hospitality

TUSD OKs Suing County or State Over Desegregation Funding

Legal action was approved by the governing board unanimously Tuesday night to protect district taxpayers.

TUSD Asking if it Should Stop Using the Term 'Rodeo Days'

The board has called for a survey after an activist group said the name glorifies the mistreatment of animals.

Superintendent Recommends TUSD Provide Education for Kids at Migrant Facility

Superintendent Gabriel Trujillo says the district is working with its lawyers, Southwest Key and the federal Office of Refugee Resettlement.

TUSD Superintendent to Present Options for Educating Kids at Migrant Facility

The governing board voted unanimously last month to research education services for approximately 300 children at Southwest Key in Tucson.

UA Move-In Bringing Students, Traffic to Campus

Thousands of students will settle into dorms and apartments this week.

Pollster: Arizona Moderates Show Signs of Leaning Left in Election

A Phoenix polling company suggests the "Trump effect" and certain Democratic priorities are shifting the political center.

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