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Sonoran Glass Academy won for "Arts Education Program." We meet Alex Berger, asst. director

Sonoran Glass Art Academy of Tucson Wins 2011 Lumie Award

One of 10 local individuals/businesses to win TPAC honors

Moira Geoffrion is a painter, sculptor, head of the University of Arizona art department and former president of the Mid America College Art Association.

TPAC Announces Lumie Award Winners

Former Head of UA Art Department Wins for Arts Educator

Even though the low literacy rate in Arizona was identified as a high priority issue at the Regional Town Hall Meetings in 2007, until recently there were several different literacy non-profits struggling to make ends meet. Now, in order to further their mission, five of those groups are coming together to act as one. Here's Mark McLemore to tell us more...

The New Tucson Literacy Movement

To better serve the community during difficult financial times, five local literacy groups are uniting.

International Students Find a Voice

Catalina High School showcases the arts that lead to literacy

Savannah Guthrie

Savannah Guthrie

The U of A welcomes home a prominent alumna to give the 2011 commencement speech. Hear how Savannah's successful career started, and about the big change in her future.

A Festival for the Young @ Art

The University of Arizona Poetry Center celebrates the creativity and accomplishments of some of Arizona's youngest artists

Kimberly Craft interviews Gael Sylvia about her program, "Girls Fly!" which is focused on providing access, education, and encouragement for girls of every walk of life.

Giving Girls Wings to Fly

Tucson-based philanthropist aims to give girls and young women the tools to set goals and achieve them

J. Noah Brown is the President and CEO, Assn. of Community College Trustees joins Kimberly Craft in the studio for an interview.

Community Colleges Across the Country

Head of community college trustee association discusses the health of education funding and community college programs nationwide

We speak with the executive director for Arizona School Choice Trust Elizabeth Dreckman.

The Case for Private School Tax Credits

In the wake of a U.S. Supreme Court ruling upholding Arizona's controversial school tax credit system, one advocate shares the real stories behind school choice

Kimberly Craft interviews Brenda Viner, Co-Founder of the Festival of Books.

Tucson Welcomes Third Festival of Books

Free book event features hundreds of authors, donates proceeds to fund literacy outreach efforts

Erin Lyons who is the Regional Manager from First Things First, joins Kimberly Craft in the studio.

Keeping First Things First

Last November, voters chose to protect early childhood education funds; now AZPM looks at where that money went

The Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo is on display this month at the Arizona State Museum. Although the treaty is more than 170 years old, it's considered a living document because it continues to shape people's lives in very concrete ways, particularly their relationship to natural resources such as water and grazing.

Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo Goes On Tour

Key parts of the historic document that purchased much of the West from Mexico are on display in Tucson during February

Paul Luna, president and CEO of the Helios Foundation and Mari Koerner, dean of Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College at ASU, share their ideas for fixing the educational system.

Is Our Education System Broken?

Two educators believe in a fix that holds the whole community accountable

Student poets Samantha Neville (left) and Ochana Otto compete in poetry recitation.

Students Shine Out Loud

Tucson high schoolers compete in Poetry Outloud, a national poetry recitation event

Kimberly Craft interviews Edward Cajas, Sargent for the South Tucson Police Department, and Clara Diaz, Captain of Explorer Post 317.

City of South Tucson Trains Young Leaders

Explorers Post 317 has given teens a glimpse into law enforcement since the 1950's

It’s Banned Books Week at the University of Arizona Libraries

National event put on by the American Library Association celebrates freedom of speech.

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