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AZ Worst for Education Cuts, Report Says

State has reduced funding by 21.8% in 4 years, down $800 per student

William H. Woodin is the Director Emeritus of Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum. he talks about the the museums 60th year.

Desert Museum: 60 Years Young

Unique idea celebrates diamond anniversary in Tucson

Do to the change in testing students, success emerged in the Vail School District as they are now the top-rated, multi-school district in the State of Arizona according to the Arizona Department of Education (ADE).

U.S.-AZ Settle English Learners Case

Years-long case assures proper language instruction, state official says

PCC Staff Weigh In On Chancellor Search

A consulting firm begins gathering information on who the community college's next leader should be

Tucson Unified School District Superintendent John Pedicone speaks about a survey the district is asking the community to take.

TUSD's Pedicone Donates $35K Bonus

Superintendent says he wants money to go to students who show leadership

PCC Seeks Input for Chancellor Search

Forums this week will give public chance to weigh in on new leadership

UA Changing English Proficiency Rules

International students applying next year will have to score higher

University High School band director Jeff Marchant with student and tuba player Taylor Ginter

Teachers' Voices with Taylor Ginter and Jeff Marchant

Hear how a friendship between a band director and a promising young musician has taught some important lessons to them both.

Residents Concerned About Possible TUSD Budget Cuts

Dozens speak at the second of three town hall meetings

The University of Arizona

UA Freshmen Choose More STEM Majors

Fewer choose 'undecided'; more pick science, technology, engineering, math

What Americans Say About Public Schools

National poll shows country divided on many education issues

Biosphere 2 Has a New Scientific Approach

Students take on life sciences research at B2

Nutrition Sciences Assistant Research Professor Melanie Hingle speaks about the increasing number of cases of childhood obesity and its effects as well as preventative measures parents can take to help their children.

The Challenge of Childhood Obesity Prevention

Information aplenty; implementation a key issue, nutritionist says

TUSD Asks Public For Input on $17M Budget Deficit

District schedules series of town hall meetings this week to discuss finances

Changes Ordered in Sales Tax Description

Legislative panel must make alterations so language is impartial

English Language Learner Ruling Sought

Federal judge asked to decide on suit against state

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