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TUSD’s superintendent John Pedicone, with board members Adelita Grijalva, Michael Hicks, Mark Stegeman, Alexandre Sugiyama and Miguel Cuevas

TUSD Faces Federal Discrimination Probe

Office of Civil Rights looks into claim they couldn't take part in board meetings

AZ Illustrated: Political Roundtable, Friday, May 4, 2012

CD8, legislative session wrapup and more local, state, national politics

State Rep. Chester Crandell, discusses educational funding and performance.

Full Interview on Education With Rep. Chester Crandell

Legislature should give school boards, districts more control of funding, he says

State Sen. David Schapira, discusses state educational funding.

Full Interview on Education With Sen. David Schapira

State rainy day fund disingenuous when resources needs mean 'it's raining' now, he says

State Rep. John Kavanagh, discusses state educational funding.

Full Interview on Education with Rep. John Kavanagh

Funding not where it should be, but getting better, he says

Episode 69: Education Funding Debate

$177M more in just-passed budget, but advocates say it's not enough

Tucson Unified School District students.

AZ Week: Education Funding Debated

GOP legislators say $177M added; others say it's not enough

El Rio Community Health Center on West Congress Street.

El Rio Health Center Wins $5.5M Grant

Affordable Care Act money will build new main clinic on West Congress

Arizona Capitol.

Legislature Adjourns 2012 Regular Session

After 116 days, $8.6B budget, lawmaking ends in a flurry of bills

Bill Moyers interviews author Luis Urrea on *Moyers & Company*

Friday: Bill Moyers and Author Luis Urrea

Read Fronteras Desk reporter Michel Marisco's essay on his Urrea encounter

Jane Prescott Smith the managing director of National Institute for Civil Discourse talks about Arizona Town Hall Civility.

Arizona Town Hall Calls for Civic Engagement

Twice-yearly town hall focuses on involving young people, promoting civil discourse

Remembering the Songs

A conversation with Julie Cajune, an educator and cultural preservationist, about a new CD of rare Native American music.

Luis Carrión brings us a look at this unique interactive exhibit that is sure to get you thinking about how you choose to navigate our urban environment.

Exhibit Asks: 'How Do You Choose to Move?'

'Worker Transit Authority' proposes ways to wean society from auto dependence

AZ Illustrated: Thursday, May 3, 2012

Tucson Folk Festival, Arizona Town Hall and Mental Health Walk

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AZ Illustrated: Wednesday, May 2, 2012

TUSD asks for answers, 9 Queens celebrate chess, and more

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