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Tucson Launches New Web Portal of Resources for Immigrants

Addition to city's website includes information about English classes, housing options, citizenship education.

Spelling Bee Fundraiser Features Tucson 'Celebrities'

Tucson Mayor Rothschild, local cartoonist among contestants who will raise money for public schools.

UA Institute Helps Native Nations Rebuild, Maintain Government

A series of online courses are designed to teach about how tribal leaders, others, can contribute to rebuilding process.

Solar Energy Photo Voltaic Panel

Arizona Universities Praised for Green Efforts

State schools receive high ranks in recent list of environmentally friendly colleges; UA highest of the three.

Students and supporters of TUSD's Mexican American Studies program protest before the Jan. 10, 2012 Governing Board meeting.

TUSD Board OKs Culturally Relevant Curriculum

3-2 vote for history, government classes to be taught from minority perspectives, starting this week.

UA Emergency System Sends False Alarm to Hundreds

The university is looking into an incident where personnel received an erroneous alert about a threat on campus.

Amphi Middle School Upgrades for New School Year

The district used a $7.2M bond, voter-approved in 2007; changes include new technology, new gym.

PCC Clears Early Hurdle to Keeping Accreditation

Higher Learning Commission accepts college's plan for improvements in 2 areas, officials say.

AZ Week: Small Steps to School Improvement

State Superintendent Huppenthal: 'Right now, we're at about a B-minus ... which doesn't cut it.'

Arizona Students' Association Will Appeal Lawsuit Dismissal

Student group says judge wrongfully dismissed their case against Board of Regents.

Indigenous Students From Guatemala, Mexico Visit Tucson

UA’s leadership program teaches group about democracy, education and government.

TUSD children in classroom

Small Gains in AIMS Scores, School Grades

Superintendent: 'Arizona's schools are improving ... over 300 schools improved a letter grade over last year.'

Phyllis Brodsky, Program Coordinator for Project FOCUS, discusses the pilot program at the University of Arizona that helps young adults with intellectual disabilities experience college life.

College Student Poverty Rate Higher Than Average

Census Bureau says in AZ, 46.9% of those not living with relatives are below federal threshold.

Grand Canyon University Selects Mesa for New Campus

Tucson plans on hold after city land sale idea stopped when resident protests potential loss of golf course.

AZ Charter Schools Suing State Dept. of Education

They will attempt to block a proposed reduction of teachers' pay, other classroom costs.

Testing for Common Core Standards May Double Cost

Multiple-choice AIMS ends next year; replacement exam will measure right answer and how students get to it.

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