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September Sees Back-to-School Boost for Arizona Employment
The start of the academic year means roughly 30,000 people were hired last month, according to state data.
TUSD Race Focuses on Teacher Retention, Transparency
Crowded race: Three incumbents and four challengers seek three seats.
Conversations on Privacy
Lecture Series presented by UA College of Social and Behavioral Sciences
2 Teachers Face off in Race to Be Pima County Schools Chief
Both say they want better pay and working conditions for fellow educators.
Pima College to Host STEM Innovation Showcase
Event aims to connect students, faculty, business community
Feeding Our Future: Shortening the Line
The Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona is trying new strategies to solve the root causes of hunger.
UA Chinese Student Enrollment Grows, As Do Efforts to Thrive
China sends 1,900 students to the university, more than any other foreign country.
Yearly Report Shows Drop in Most Crimes on UA Campus
Some stats on UA's annual crime report may not show whole picture, dean of students says.
State Injects Cash into Program to Train Principals
Gov. Ducey's office investing $100,000 to train school leaders.
Feeding Our Future: The Manzo Model for Growing a School Garden
In an age of shrinking education budgets, should school gardens be a line item?
Fair Looks to Teach Teens About First-Responder Jobs
Police, military and emergency medicine workers will be present to answer questions.
Tucson Homeless Kids Capture Dreams With Photography
"Pictures of Hope" aims to give youth in shelters a chance to photograph their dreams.
Seven Weeks into School Year, TUSD Still Needs 120 Teachers
The vacancies are being filled temporarily by subs as district continues recruiting.
How President Hart Will Become Professor Hart
UA president will serve on faculty of College of Education, earn top salary.
ITT Tech Closure Leaves 100s of Tucson Students Scrambling
The for-profit college shuttered all campuses nationwide last week, including four in Arizona.
ITT Tech Folds; Tucson Campus, Three in Phoenix Close
Joins growing list of for-profit colleges to shutter in Tucson.
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