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'Jack of All Trades' Helps Tucson District Weather Budget Cuts

Statewide, districts have fewer dollars and staff to maintain buildings, patrol campuses.

Rebecca Brukman. 11/14/12.
Man walks in front of Main Public Library in Tucson, Ariz.

Learn More About May Education Funding Election

Tucson Metropolitan Education Commission hosts speakers in public meetings.

Sixth graders Jonathan Rodriguez and Anthony Diaz work on creating art with code at Gallego Intermediate on Friday, Dec. 11, 2015.

'Hour of Code:' Enticing Students into Technology

Initiative's goal is to introduce kids to computer science through games, art.

Warehouse Full of Free Books Distributed to Tucson Kids

More than 100 local schools and nonprofits start handing out free books

Toot Your Own Horn? TUSD Wants You to Donate It Instead

District looking for horns, clarinets, drums of all shapes, sizes and conditions.

Report: Arizona School Funding Cuts Exceed All Other States

Most states put less money into K-12 schools in 2014 than previous years.

The 'Block A' logo of the University of Arizona.

UA Re-establishes Chief Diversity Officer Position

Amid campus unrest over diversity, officials decide to bring back role in expansive manner.

Half-Million Books Coming to Tucson for Low-Income Kids

DC-based nonprofit sending reading materials; distribution planned next week.

In an effort to bridge the budget gap, the state legislature has placed an initiative on the November ballot, one that would divert money voters approved to fund early childhood education.

Tucson Forum to Advocate for Early Childhood Education

Children's Action Alliance meets with elected officials to discuss helping parents.

Amphi Schools Going Solar, Could Save Up to $23M

Agreement will allow system to buy 60 percent of its power generated on campuses.

AzMERIT Shows Most Students Not Proficient in English, Math

Statewide results show one-third of students passed the standardized test.

Poll: Most Arizonans Would Pay More Taxes for Education

Morrison-Cronkite survey of 900 voters also shows support for Ducey's funding plan.

Four Candidates Vie for Pima College Governing Board Seat

The seat had been filled by David Longoria, who resigned for personal reasons in October.

The greenhouse at Manzo Elementary serves as an invaluable tool to teach students about the importance of math, science, agriculture, and sustainability.

Federal Grant to Help TUSD Grow Its Garden Program

Farm to School grants meant to improve access to local food, including from school plots.

Staff at Elvira Elementary School expected to serve more than 800 meals.

Thanksgiving Feast Served Early at Sunnyside Schools

District started preparation a week early to feed students and their families.

TUSD Recognized for Helping Students Earn College Credit

Tucson Unified School District is one in Arizona on AP District Honor Roll

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