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University of Arizona students walk by the Old Main.

Tuition for UA Freshmen Will Be $11,403, Up 4.1%

Regents approve rates for state universities; UA out-of-state freshmen will pay $32,630.

Governor Doug Ducey ceremonially signs Senate Bill 1441 on May 1, 2015. The bill was spearheaded by Copper Creek Elementary students and made into law during the regular legislative session.

Oro Valley Students Help Pass Law Making Copper State's Metal

Governor lauds school for multi-year effort started in Ms. Royer's 4th-grade class.

Regents to Set University Tuition Rates Monday

Cost of studies for in-state freshmen could rise above $11,000 for the first time

The Administration (left) and Modern Languages (right) buildings on the campus of the University of Arizona.

Student-Run Startup Companies Compete for Cash

Eller College of Management student start-ups will be featured Friday

'Dreamers' demonstrate on UA campus for in-state tuition, April 29, 2015.

Students Rally in Support of In-State Tuition for ‘Dreamers’

Group says proposal to charge 150 percent of in-state tuition does not go far enough

The Administration (left) and Modern Languages (right) buildings on the campus of the University of Arizona.

Ranking: UA Grads Have Best Economic Opportunities in the State

New rankings measure economic boost students get from their degrees

Faced with Cuts, 'Camp Cooper' Turns to Public for Help

The camp will lose about half of $200,000 staffing budget next year

State Board of Ed Begins Work to Revise K-12 Standards

Board establishes committee to oversee changes to Math and English teaching guidelines.

Molly Reed, an outdoor learning teacher, walks through Borton Primary Magnet School's garden.

Tucson Schools Serve Bounty from Gardens

Swiss chard, lettuce, kale, cumquats, strawberries planted, grown and harvested by students.

AZ WEEK: Education Drives Deaf, Blind Communities to Success

One story: ASDB grad serves as clerk of Superior Court, elective office in Santa Cruz County.

Nabhan encourages using local food sources such as mesquite trees in the Sonoran desert.

MacArthur Fellow Gary Paul Nabhan

Scientist, food activist and writer raises awareness and enthusiam about plants, food, and a healthy environment.

"We've always been a very close class," said reunion planning committee member Jo Margaret Wilson Morrison

Tucson High School's Class of 1945 Celebrates 70th Reunion

In their late 80s, former classmates lunch together - perhaps for the last time

22-year-old Ana Rodriguez asked the Arizona Board of Regents to grant in-state tuition to DACA recipients like herself.

Cost of University in Arizona May Drop for 'Dreamers'

Arizona Board of Regents will consider a proposal to charge DACA recipients 150% of in-state tuition; currently they pay out-of-state rate.

Vail School District Wants Feedback on Community Services

Preschool, summer school and adult education already part of the program, but leaders want suggestions for the future

Students Unite to Perform Play for All Ages and Abilities

The Arizona State Schools for the Deaf and the Blind stages an ambitious production of Disney's "Beauty and the Beast" with singing, dancing, and signing.

New Start participant Fernando Garcia (right), receives tutoring on writing papers for university classes.

Latino College Success Key to Arizona Future: Educator

Thrive, not just survive, is theme at state universities, Board of Regents president says.

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