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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

Independent Lens: 45365

45365 explores the congruities of daily life in an American town -- Sidney, Ohio. Sunday at 9 p.m. on UA Channel.

Bilal Ansari is in the Muslim Chaplaincy program at Hartford Seminary

Independent Lens: The Calling

A behind-the-scenes look at young Americans preparing to become the nation’s next generation of religious leaders. The two part series airs Monday and Tuesday at 8 p.m. on PBS-HD.


Daniel Radcliffe as  David Copperfield

David Copperfield

Charles Dickens’ beloved novel gets all-star treatment in this acclaimed encore presentation of “David Copperfield.” Part 2 airs Sunday at 8 p.m. on PBS-HD.

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.

Pakistan: What the Future May Hold

John R. Schmidt

Embodied Situated Learning and Digital Media

ASU Professor James Gee discusses video games and education

Border Fence patrol

Border Patrol Agent Killed Near Nogales

The leader of a union representing Border Patrol agents says a border agent, who was fatally shot north of the Arizona-Mexico border, was killed while he was trying to catch bandits who target illegal immigrants for robbery

FRONTLINE Close to Home

Producer Ofra Bikel chronicles how the middle class is faring in this recession from people at the hair salon she’s frequents. Friday at 7 p.m. on PBS World.

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

Vic Williams a Republican is an Arizona Representative for District 26.

State Legislature Prepares for Opening Day

Recently re-elected rep Vic Williams discusses 2011 priorities

Marshall Vest, Director of the University of Arizona's Economic & Business Research, and Gerald Swanson Ph.D, a professor of economics at the University of Arizona, provide an economic forecast for the upcoming year.

Good News: Recovery On Its Way

But the bad news is it's not moving fast enough, experts say

Vice President of Community Affairs for the Metropolitan Tucson Convention and Visitors Bureau Felipe Garcia discusses the contributions Mexican shoppers provide the Tucson economy.

Money from Mexico Boosts Tucson Businesses

New study shows shoppers from neighboring Mexican states are vital to our economy

Italian Pianist Performs With TSO

Mariangela Vacatello plays Prokofiev piano concerto that landed her a finalist slot in the 2009 Van Cliburn Piano Competition

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