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Student poets Samantha Neville (left) and Ochana Otto compete in poetry recitation.

Students Shine Out Loud

Tucson high schoolers compete in Poetry Outloud, a national poetry recitation event

Robert Young, who is the Head of the International School of Tucson, joins Arizona Illustrated.

Tucson School Takes Global View

Head of independent school discusses the benefits of learning a foreign language

TUSD children in classroom

Volunteers Vital to Struggling Schools

School districts are more dependent on volunteers during the tough economy

A studio interview with Stuart Baker, coordinator of TUSD's only online school, and parent Edward Kile.

High School 2.0

Agave Distance Learning offers high school in cyberspace

Tucson's Chapel Haven school teaches students with autism spectrum disorders and mild disabilities to live independently.

A Haven for the Different

Students with autism spectrum disorders and other conditions learn independent living in Tucson

Talking to Children about Community Violence

Once again, parents and teachers are faced with the challenge of discussing a tragic incident of community violence with children. David Fassler, M.D. provides some suggestions that may be helpful.

Kimberly Craft interviews Edward Cajas, Sargent for the South Tucson Police Department, and Clara Diaz, Captain of Explorer Post 317.

City of South Tucson Trains Young Leaders

Explorers Post 317 has given teens a glimpse into law enforcement since the 1950's

Students hard at work in a Tucson Unified School District classroom.

Passing the Baton at TUSD

New board member, Michael Hicks, has children in the district

We take a look at a Tucson man who says he improved on an existing idea that will help people to quit smoking.

Break from Smoking

Smokers have many options to try to kick the habit.

Ann-Eve Pederson, from the Arizona Education Network, explains school tax credits.

Bringing School Spending Up to Speed

Arizona Education Network encourages taxpayers to donate to local schools

The Continental School District is facing many of the same challenges, a growing need for services but a declining number of resources.

New Year Brings New Concerns for Schools

Many schools in Arizona are facing a rising demand for services with a decrease in resources

Teachers' Voices with Alisa Leckie and Lori Hill

On this week's Teachers Voices, hear how digital media is re-defining community storytelling in the Sunnyside School District.

Embodied Situated Learning and Digital Media

ASU Professor James Gee discusses video games and education

President Robert Shelton joins the studio for an interview with Kimberly Craft.

UA President Revels in Commencement

Dr. Robert Shelton discusses the university's plans for expansion and his favorite time of the year: graduation

Tucson's Reid Park Zoo Expanding

"Expedition Tanzania" will house more elephants and a new educational facility at the zoo

Teacher Randy Spalding and chef Janos Wilder partner to teach developmentally disabled students to create and serve a holiday meal.

The Last Janos Southside Feast

Partnership between school and restaurateur teaches disabled students life skills

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