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Eugene Sander, president of the University of Arizona, discusses the honors college role in education.

UA President Says Fees Help Colleges Provide Extras

Honors College fee boosts student programs, but colleges try to maintain affordability

US-Mexico border

Poll: Arizonans support DREAM Act

73% of registered voters, across party and ethnic spectrum, are in favor

C.E. Rose Elementary Receives National Honor

Excellence in Urban Education Award for Tucson school caps 9-year turnaround

Authenticity and Legitimacy in Multilingual Second Language Acquisition

The University of Arizona holds a symposium to discuss multilingualism in today's society

4/10/12

Giving Back to Educators

Support group hosts 2nd annual Teachers Day

Leadership Council Supports 1-Cent Tax

Business group joins efforts to make education tax increase permanent

The one, the many and the Other: representing mono/multilingualism in post- 9/11 verbal hygiene

The University of Arizona holds a symposium to discuss multilingualism in today's society

TUSD children in classroom.

TUSD Launches Survey to Hear from Community

Parents, teachers, students and community members can comment on the district

Roy Flores, Pima Community College Chancellor

PCC Board OKs Flores' Early Retirement

He cuts year off time after misconduct allegations raised against him

Elective Bible Classes in Public Schools Now Law

Brewer signs bill that will require educators to offer curriculum

Kimberly Craft interviews Roy Flores Ph.D., Chancellor of Pima Community College.

Ex-PCC Chancellor to Begin Retirement Ahead of Schedule

Dr. Roy Flores will leave the college at the end of June

Multilingual Symposium Brings International Scholars To UA

Scholars will examine the role of multilingualism in identity, governance and policy

City High School

Bill for Public School Bible Class Goes to Brewer

Senate's 21-9 party-line vote would allow elective high school course

University of Arizona Town Hall

University finances, academic excellence and the future of the UA

14-year-old Catherine Stype (left) is a student of "Aero Camp Tucson," a summer school that teaches teenagers to be pilots.

"Aero Camp" Turns Teenagers into Young Pilots

Unique program helps 6th to 12th graders earn their wings

Students and protestors interrupt the TUSD board meeting just before the vote to renew the contract of the director of Mexican American Studies program. Protestors tied themselves together with plastic zip ties.

TUSD Fires Mexican American Studies Program Director

After a contentious meeting, the board votes 3 to 2 not to bring Sean Arce back

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