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William Shatner Brings his World to Tucson

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Pros & Cons of Prop 123; the latest on the state budget dealmaking; and a Tucson man plans to work his way across all 50 states.

Sunnyside Education Association President Mary Martinez paints her car in support of Proposition 123 on April 4, 2016.

Prop 123: Teachers See Relief; Opponents See Challenges

Arguments from those who support and oppose Arizona's school funding proposal.

Vote to Fund Schools: Boon or 'Disenfranchisement?'

Analysis of pros, cons of Prop 123 and rundown on pension changes in Prop 124.

Prop 123: How We Got Here, What Your Vote Means

Settlement to longstanding lawsuit would pump billions into Arizona schools.

Old Main on the University of Arizona campus.

$5M Will Help Low-Income, Minority Students Go to College

Helios Foundation will work with dozens of high schools, including 20 in Southern Arizona.

Douglas Art Educator Named Cochise 'Teacher of the Year'

Art takes his students around the world and provides cultural outlet.

University of Arizona English lecturer Lisa O'Neill leads campus rally for better working conditions, Feb. 25, 2015.

Lawmakers Want Ban on University 'Free Speech Zones'

Legislation says universities cannot restrict free speech to specific areas

Camp Cooper Seeks Funding for Environmental Learning

Center, in use a half century, seeks $120,000 to instruct TUSD students.

The Gregory School team (from left) Daniel Leighou, Elaine Wright, Jaiveer Katariya, Moritz Gloesslein, Tianyi Zhu and physics teacher Dennis Conner in Rehovot, Israel.

Tucson Gregory School Physics Team Places at International Tournament

Group was one of five teams in the United States invited to participate

W-i-n-n-e-r-s: Two Pima County Students in State Spelling Bee

Matt Glasshoff and Sai Konkimalla to represent county Saturday at state championship.

Students Who Can't Vote Still Feel 'Big Responsibility'

'Emerging Voices: The Latino Vote' looks at how Tucson kids and civics mix.

Advocacy Group to High School Students: Your Vote Counts

Mi Familia Vota reaching out to Tucson high school students for presidential election.

This is the first-known photograph of the finished "A" on Sentinel Peak. Photo Courtesy of UA Special Collections.

Iconic 'A' West of Downtown Tucson Marks Centennial

Construction of letter on Sentinel Peak began in 1914 and ended in 1916.

Pima County Collaboration Works to Boost Literacy

Programs bring books to schools, classrooms and to teach adults to read and write

School Suspension Alternative? One-on-One Attention

Class is final option for Sunnyside students facing long-term discipline.

Study: Charter Schools Spend Double Traditional Public Schools on Administration

Grand Canyon Institute and Arizonans for Charter School Accountability looked at annual financial reports

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