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Arizona Gets $1M from Feds for Special Education

State is one of nine receiving grants for students with learning disabilities.

AZ WEEK: Diversifying the Health-Care Workforce

University of Arizona programs works to spark interest among minorities starting in high school.

Jeffrey Silvertooth, PhD, addresses people who are learning more about agriculture.

Group Helps Grow Interest in Agriculture, Gardening and Nutrition

Cooperative Extension offers many programs in Arizona.

Global Mining Law Center Opens at UA

Center is funded with a combination of private and corporate money.

New Books, Laptops, Shiny Floors Welcome TUSD Students

School starts in Tucson's largest district Thursday, with added resources for teachers.

Successful Crowdfunding Keeps 'Camp Cooper' Open

With $80,000 raised towards $100,000 goal, camp will continue tradition of environmental education.

Overlooking the campus of Pima Community College, West.

Have Ideas for Pima College? Apply for Board Seat

Deadline to apply for District 5 spot is Friday; four candidates so far.

UA Program Puts Teachers to Work in STEM Industries

Goal is to harvest real-world experience to bring back to the classroom.

TUSD Invites Community to Preview Upcoming School Year

Meeting will be a chance for parents and community members to talk with teachers, staff and administrators

Immigrant students with temporary work permits get scholarship for PCC.

Nonprofit Gives Scholarships to Immigrant Students with Temporary Permits

Fundación México working with Pima Community College and Mexican government

Kyle Emmendorfer, right, preps fictitious defendant Roman Alvarado for the murder trial.

Tucson Teens Take Over Pima County Courtroom in Summer Program

Courts Are Us gave more than two dozen students the chance to work in the court system

The fountain at Reid Park is one of the many beautiful water features around Tucson.

College Student Focuses on Hispanics, History and Heritage

Anthropologist is holding discussions about people and public lands in Arizona.

A student in Tucson High School's African American literature class

Standardized Testing Big Topic at National Teacher Gathering

National Education Association assembly drew thousands of teachers

UA Withdraws Recognition of Eighth Fraternity

Move comes after fraternity's national office suspends Tucson chapter of Delta Tau Delta.

Books used in TUSD's now-banned Mexican American Studies classes.

Appeals Court Upholds Most of Law Banning Ethnic Studies

Ruling goes against advocates of TUSD's now-banned Mexican American Studies program.

Tucson Area Schools Seek Voter OK to Boost Budgets

Sunnyside and Sahuarita unified school districts will ask for higher spending levels in fall election.

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