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GED Exam Available To Pima Residents Free Until November

Officials partner with business to help low-income residents who did not finish high school.

Jacqueline Avila Robledo,18,  and Fernando Mancilla,17, sample basil flowers in their Agri-SURF class. At the end of the program they will have earned three college credits for free.

Teens Learn to Grow Food for Future, Earn College Credit

Pima Community College summer agriculture program concludes with construction of aquaponics system.

Pima Community College, PCC.

Pima Community College Board Member Cortez Resigns

She departs, citing personal reasons; appointee will fill remaining 3 years of term.

Tucson Group Raises Money for Teacher Supplies

Tucson Values Teachers annual drive to support educators who dig into their own pockets.

Freshman literature teacher Michelle Callahan-DuMont at Sunnyside High School.

Wanted: Teachers at Tucson Unified School District

Job fair will be held Friday, district plans to hire on the spot; science, preschool in demand.

As education funding has dwindles, Tucson Unified School District has relied more and more on volunteers in its classrooms.

AZ WEEK: English Language Education Gets Court OK

How does the state teach English? What does ruling mean in 2-decade-old case?

State Schools Chief Returns to Tucson Tuesday

Diane Douglas will extend her 'listening tour' to visit Old Pueblo a second time.

Schools Chief's Statewide Tour Wraps Up Saturday

More than 1,000 have participated so far in a dozen places, including Tucson last month.

Freshman literature teacher Michelle Callahan-DuMont at Sunnyside High School.

Court Approves Arizona's English Language Classes

A federal appeals court has approved Arizona’s ELL classes

Mexican consul in Tucson holds press conference calling DACA a 'success' on its three-year anniversary.

500K Immigrants Take Deferred Deportation in 3 Years

Obama program aimed at young people extends to 19,000 in Arizona.

AZ WEEK: Will Ducey's Funding Plan Raise Arizona Education?

Governor wants to add almost $2 billion to K-12 schools, but not until 2017.

David Forster and his mom celebrate his graduation.

Graduating Forster

Find out how a knock at the door changed the life of a young man who dropped out of high school.

Arizona Spotlight for June 12, 2015

From drop out to graduate thanks to support and compassion; sharing stories with strangers about real life; positive body image vs. media representation; how and why cicadas make such a racket.

Court: District Schools Can Get More Funding Than Charters

State Supreme Court justices decline to review earlier ruling against parents of charter students.

PCC OKs Budget With Tax Increase, Hiring Freeze

Spending to drop $7.5 million next year because state aid eliminated.

Free Summer Meals at Tucson Schools in Greater Demand

TUSD officials say service up 29% in five years for breakfasts, lunches.

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