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TUSD Board Member: New Code Of Conduct "Improving Administrative Culture"

The revision includes five levels of infractions, each with its own consequences and explanations of who can enforce them

Poll Shows Education Funding a Major Factor in Race for Arizona Governor

Poll shows education professor Garcia leading Democrats, unfavorable ratings for Gov. Ducey

Arizona Kids Doing Poorly

An annual report ranks Arizona near the bottom in children's health and education

Pima County Non-Profit Wins Grant to Educate Youth on Opioid Abuse

Three community organizations in Arizona will split $400,000 in grants from the Attorney General's office for opioid education.

Gubernatorial Candidate Bennett Wants Armed Teachers and Cops in Schools

The Republican former secretary of state unveils school safety plan.

Regents: An Arizona Degree Is Worth It, Even With Debt

A report says degree-holders with student debt still take home more than high school grads who don't attend college.

Pima Community College Dropping Football, May Cut Golf and Tennis

The football program was never self-supporting, as originally hoped.

Pima County Supervisors OK TUSD Desegregation Tax Plan, Defying Legislature

County plans to leave tax as a part of its primary property tax, bucking recently passed law.

Arizona Charter Schools Change Policies After ACLU Report

The report found that state-funded charter schools conducted enrollment in ways that could be seen as unlawful.

Arizona to Use VW Settlement Money for New School Buses

Gov. Ducey announced plans for at least 280 buses for low-income districts.

Teachers Learn Active-Shooter Response at Local Training Sessions

Day-long sessions are based on Homeland Security's "Run, Hide, or Fight" strategy

Arizona Department of Education Gets New Associate Superintendent

Heather Cruz will oversee English language acquisition and CTE, among other duties.

Tucson Unified Mulls More Options For Ensuring School Safety

One TUSD parent proposed situational training.

School's Out, But Many Cafeterias are Open and Offering Free Meals

Districts in Pima County are providing meals for anyone under 18 through national program.

Demand Grows for Early-Childhood Educators

More than half of kids 5 and under in Arizona receive daily care from someone other than a parent.

UA Summer Camps Give Kids a Running Start on Science

The subjects include robotics, engineering, coding and more.

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