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David Forster and his mom celebrate his graduation.

Graduating Forster

Find out how a knock at the door changed the life of a young man who dropped out of high school.

Arizona Spotlight for June 12, 2015

From drop out to graduate thanks to support and compassion; sharing stories with strangers about real life; positive body image vs. media representation; how and why cicadas make such a racket.

Court: District Schools Can Get More Funding Than Charters

State Supreme Court justices decline to review earlier ruling against parents of charter students.

PCC OKs Budget With Tax Increase, Hiring Freeze

Spending to drop $7.5 million next year because state aid eliminated.

Free Summer Meals at Tucson Schools in Greater Demand

TUSD officials say service up 29% in five years for breakfasts, lunches.

University of Arizona President Ann Weaver Hart and Arizona State University president Michael Crow.

ASU's Crow, UA's Hart Outearn Many Peers

Median pay of public university presidents $428,000, Chronicle of Higher Education reports.

Gov. Ducey’s School Funding Proposal Gets Mixed Reviews

Some in education ‘cautious’ about idea, others applaud the plan to dip into State Land Trust Fund.

Tucson Unified School District students.

Ducey: Take $1.8B From State Land Trust for Education

Amid ongoing criticism of budget cuts, governor wants voters to OK spending over 5 years.

Old Main on the University of Arizona campus

UA Layoffs Coming Because of $28.3M in State Funding Cuts

'Reality is we will have staff reductions,' campus finance officer says; details coming in August.

Flags for the Flagless is fixing flagpoles and donating United States flags to schools, businesses and other groups.

Raising the Flag Again

Police officers hope to see more United States flags throughout Arizona and the country.

AZ WEEK: Preparing for Hot Senate Race in 2016

Also, state schools chief meets with Southern Arizonans to hear educational ideas.

State Schools Chief Douglas Turns Ear to Tucson

Lack of satisfaction with state of education in Arizona, forum speakers tell her.

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

Schools Prepare for Cuts to Technical Education

50% of state funding for classes to be eliminated in 2016-2017 school year.

AZ WEEK: School Year Ends, Education Reform Begins Anew

'Until we get everyone up to A level ... we've got to keep pushing urgently,' schools ex-chief says.

Woodpeckers are only one of the local species of birds that nest during the month of March.

It's Not Just for the Birds

Tucson Audubon Society's New Executive Director

Freshman Katie Hicks welds at the Cracchiolo Family Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics Center on April 23, 2015.

Robots, Work Experience Boost Catholic School Enrollment

Tucson schools are growing, opposite of national trend

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