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Henry "Hank" Oyama

Pioneer Tucson Educator Oyama Dies

Spent 15 months in US internment camp, broke racial barriers

Pima Community College Governing Board. (2013)

PCC Interim Chancellor Resigns

Early departure as college faces accreditation probation

UA Student Named to Board of Regents

Brewer appoints sophomore political science major Valerie Hanna

Remembering Darkest of Days

24-hour Holocaust vigil on UA Mall Wednesday, includes reading of victim names

State Senate OKs Guns in Rural Schools

Staffs would be allowed to be armed, as security against intruders

Pima Community College Governing Board. (2013)

Pima Community College Faces Probation

Accreditation in jeopardy if policies not changed, agency says

The University of Arizona

UA Proposes Tuition Increase in 2013-14

3 percent if regents approve proposal after year with no rise

The Tucson Unified School District governing board.

TUSD Won't Outsource Jobs

Board votes to seek other ways to balance $17M budget deficit

A technology company unveils a new camera designed to aide in border security.

AZ Illustrated Metro Episode, March 11, 2013

Technology along border, PCC immigrant tuition, legislative harmony

Detained Youth Hear From 'Raw' Author

Teens say library inside detention center gives them relatable books

Brenda Even, Chair of the Pima Community College governing board, discusses the recent vote to grant in-state tuition to students with temporary legal immigration status.

PCC Immigrant Tuition Plan Explained

Chair says many issues still to be settled for deferred deportation students

TUSD's Mexican American Studies Program has officially been shut down and books related to the curriculum have been removed from classrooms as well. A Latino literary organization based in Houston Texas organized a caravan of authors and activists to deliver a supply of books in question to students and teachers. When Arizona Superintendent of Public Instruction John Huppenthal ruled that TUSD Mexican American Studies classes violated state law, libraries from 11 schools requested the books and district spokeswoman Cara Rene now says there are 112 copies of these books throughout the district.

Judge Upholds Law Banning Tucson's Mexican American Studies

Students, teachers in TUSD lose challenge after classes eliminated

Example of Southwest pottery

State Museum Names Director

Patrick Lyons, elevated from associate position

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).

House OKs Schools Ignoring Fed Policy

Bill would exempt charters, districts that don't take US money

Report Puts AZ In Top 10 for Higher-Ed Cuts

Analysis shows funding down 35%, enrollment up 20% since 2007

Stephanie MacFarland, Ph.D. and Program Director for Project FOCUS, discusses Project Focus's effects on the lives of young people with intellectual disabilities.

Project Offers Path to College for Intellectually Disabled

Innovative UA program opens door to new opportunities, advantages

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