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Arizona-Mexico Trade Comes in Education, Too

UA recruits to keep flow of graduate students, while Mexico needs tech help.

UA Expands Global Footprint With Micro-Campuses

The university says it will be capable of educating more than 25,000 international students abroad.

Meet Five Members of UA's Class of 2017

An estimated 6,800 students will earn degrees from the UA this week.

University of Arizona Commencement Marks Transitions

Graduation, new president, new initiatives on the horizon.

'Woven Through Time' Reveals Cultural Fabric of the Southwest

Also on Arizona Spotlight: A state budget update; Dr. David Alberts retires from the UA Cancer Center; and "A Book I Love" returns.

Some 'Dreamers' Return to Mexico to Attend College

Tradeoff is taking numerous steps to navigate educational bureaucracy.

TUSD May Seek to Borrow up to $300M for Buildings

Survey asks if voters would pass bond issue for facilities maintenance.

TUSD Holds Job Fair, Seeking More Than 250 Teachers

Most vacancies for next school year as teacher shortages continue over low pay.

UA Honors College Dorm Proposal Stirs Controversy

Neighbors north of University of Arizona feel public input not valued as plans proceed.

Episode 132: Full-Day Kindergarten Funding Proposal Won't Help Tucson

Plus, local impact of the state budget; Tucson and the sanctuary city controversy.

TUSD Names Interim Superintendent, Begins Search

Assistant Superintendent Gabriel Trujillo named to run district until permanent hire.

Some UA Students Speak Against $100 Athletics Fee

Tuition hearing draws mixed reaction to overall 3.9% in-state undergrad increase.

Episode 307: Far From Home, Young Refugees Finding Their Way in Arizona

Also, efforts from faith-based organizations and volunteers, and the economic impact of immigrants and refugees.

All-Day Kindergarten Funding Out of Reach for Tucson's Public Schools

Only districts, charters with 90% subsidized lunches are eligible in Gov. Ducey's proposal.

Pima College Freed of Sanctions Threatening Accreditation

School was under notice for the last four years to take corrective action.

UA President Finalist Robbins: 'Hold Me Accountable'

He meets Tucson officials, campus community; next, contract negotiations.

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