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Pima Community College Chancellor Lee Lambert.

Pima Community College Chancellor: "Extremely Disappointed" By Losing State Funds

Budget deal defunds community colleges in Pima, Pinal and Maricopa counties.

University of Arizona students walk by the Old Main.

Legislative Budget Deal Would Cut $104M from Universities

Community colleges in Pima, Maricopa, Pinal counties would lose all state funding, $18M.

State Superintendent of Public Instruction Diane Douglas and Tucson Unified School District Superintendent H.T. Sanchez at a joint news conference, March 3, 2015.

TUSD Won't Lose Funding For Now, State Schools Chief Says

Douglas says she will continue working with Tucson schools to ensure ethnic studies align with state law.

Decision on Pima College Accreditation Expected Soon

Oversight agency met last week, says it will announce decision within 10 business days.

TUSD children in classroom.

Auditor: State Schools Spend Less Per Student Than US Average

About 54% of Arizona funds go to instruction compared with 61% nationally, state report says.

ASU President: Ducey Puts 'Low Priority' on Higher Education

Michael Crow sends e-mail to students, aulmni; Regents president issues quick conciliatory message.

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

Sanchez: TUSD Meets Arizona Requirement on Ethnic Studies

District given until Wednesday to address state superintendent's concerns with some teaching approaches.

Parents of Slain Journalist Discuss Dangers of Foreign Reporting

UA Center for Border and Global Journalism hosts panel discussion on campus Thursday.

University of Arizona English lecturer Lisa O'Neill leads campus rally for better working conditions, Feb. 25, 2015.

UA Adjunct Faculty Members Seek Better Working Conditions

Higher pay, smaller classes, multi-year contracts desired; UA official: 'This is challenging time.'

Business Boost to 'Read On, Tucson' Off to Good Start, But ...

More effort needed until it is 'in the DNA of a community,' early childhood education expert says.

Part-Time, Non-Tenured UA Faculty Set to Protest

Improved pay, paths to promotion, multi-year contracts, smaller class sizes among their grievances.

Parlez-vous français? French Among Friends in Arizona

L'Alliance Française in Tucson is one of many around the world.

TUSD Cancels AIMS Tests in Light of New State Law

Enacted Friday, legislation eliminates graduation requirement to pass test for 4 years

Standardized Tests No Longer Required in High School

State law, effective Friday, eliminates mandate to pass AIMS or any state exam to graduate

Principal Jim Heinzelmann

Low Funding Contributes to Teacher Turnover, Educators Say

Starting teacher pay in Arizona, averaging $32,000, is 12% lower than national average of $36,000.

Life-changing Experiences While Serving Overseas

Peace Corps volunteers say life abroad opens new horizons, and is unforgettable.

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