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Tucson Program Hopes to Break Language Barriers, Help Immigrants Thrive

Literacy Connects' English Acquisition for Adults has been around for decades helping people transition into a new life on American soil.

University of Arizona: Budgeting, Funding, Other Difficult Decisions

UA President Ann Weaver Hart discusses issues; says criticism is part of leadership role.

TUSD children in classroom.

Charters Don't Have to Receive Same Funding as Public Schools

Arizona appeals court ruling says unequal budgets is not unconstitutional.

Students celebrate their achievements at a University of Arizona graduation ceremony.

Scholarship Program for Low-Income Students Gets Cash Injection

The federal government has given AZ Earn to Learn $2.5M; state universities match funds.

Arizona Public Universities Pricier Than National Average

College Board report shows cost of higher education has risen across the country.

Republican Douglas Wins Schools Superintendent Race

Narrowly beats Democrat Garcia by a difference of close to 19,000 votes.

Protest at UA in Support of Missing 43 Mexican Students

Indigenous students gone since Sept. 26, kidnapping suspected.

No Decision Yet in Arizona Schools Superintendent Race

Republican Douglas holds small lead over Democrat Garcia; Common Core was at heart of campaign argument.

University of Arizona Teams Up to Capture Better Images of Night Sky

UA, partners will take control of world's second largest infrared telescope.

Retired High School Counselor Takes Pima Community College Seat

Michael Duran concedes to Mark Hanna to become newest member of five-seat governing board.

TUSD children in classroom.

Arizona Selects New Test to Replace AIMS

Will asses students in alignment with state's College and Career Ready Standards, known as Common Core.

Tucson Unified: Grijalva Re-Elected; 2 Others Too Close to Call

District also gets OK from voters to sell, lease, exchange closed schools' property; Sunnyside incumbents re-elected.

Common Core Differences Divide Schools Superintendent Race

Democrat Garcia, Republican Douglas facing off today to replace Huppenthal come January.

Campaign Aims to Get Every Arizona Student to Apply for College

State-wide effort starts today, runs all month; 50 high schools will get visits.

Judge to Decide if Arizona Should Pay $1.3B to Public Schools

Hearing starts today on whether state has to provide money it took away from budget starting in 2009; this is in addition to $317M it must release.

Arizona Supreme Court Coming to UA College of Law

Will hold oral arguments on two cases during an upcoming University of Arizona visit on Nov. 6.

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