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A U.S. Supreme Court ruling allowing state funds to be used for parochial school scholarships in Montana cements in place a system that has existed here for years, all with the blessing of courts. more
July 1 marked one year since Dr. Rey Rivera was appointed president of Estrella Mountain Community College. Dr. Rivera brought more than 23 years of higher education experience to the position, … more
Like an old-fashioned game of freeze tag, many norms synonymous with going back to school are at a standstill until things can somewhat melt back to normal. more
PHOENIX — Arizona schools will divide up $270 million in federal cash to help them get started when classes resume. The plan by Gov. Doug Ducey includes $200 million from the Coronavirus … more
PHOENIX — The state’s top education official wants schools to plan for reopening even as she concedes she doesn’t know how much money they will have — and that it’s … more
PHOENIX — Gov. Doug Ducey may be ready to send kids back into the classroom as soon as this coming week. But many Arizonans do not share his views. A new survey shows just 52 percent of … more
Central Arizona College will begin awarding Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act Funding to more than 3,000 eligible students this week.   The CARES Act establishes … more
For the 35th straight year, a cohort of Arizona’s highest-achieving high-school seniors has chosen to forego attending out-of-state universities and accept the Flinn Scholarship. more
The Student Press Law Center has included Cactus Canyon Junior High School's Oro coverage of COVID-19 in a list of  coronavirus yearbook spreads. "The coronavirus pandemic has disrupted the … more
Whether it’s with online options such as Google Classroom via Chromebooks or printing the alphabet with chalk on a sidewalk, Apache Junction students, parents and teachers from pre-K to grade … more
The graduating class of Apache Junction High School’s class of 2020 will shine in a way like no other class in the school’s history. Beginning at 8:20 p.m. Friday, April 17, the … more
Rosie Portual-Brastad is used to coming to the aid of Apache Junction Unified School District families. She heads Project Help, a program that is exclusive to AJUSD and provides families in need … more
Due to the public health threat posed by COVID-19, the Maricopa County Community Colleges District will continue to practice social distancing to ensure the safety of students, faculty, staff and … more
Beginning Monday, March 30, Agua Fria Union High School District will deliver free grab-and-go meals to families of children ages 18 and younger at 11 sites throughout the district to augument pickup … more
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey and Superintendent of Public Instruction Kathy Hoffman announced Monday, March 30 the extension of school closures through the end of the school year. more
With most schools in Arizona closed through April 10 due to the coronavirus, not all students are off the hook when it comes to class time. Remote learning is becoming a part of the social … more
Apache Junction Unified School District’s Food Services Department has expanded its curbside meal service to two locations beginning Monday, March 30. The locations are Apache Junction High … more
The East Valley Institute of Technology has donated 2,500 masks and personal protection equipment, including about 350 isolation gowns, to a northern Arizona medical facility in need of … more
Families of Litchfield Park Elementary School District students ages 18 and younger can pick up free grab and go breakfasts and lunches prepared by the district’s Food Services Department at … more
Coronavirus is hitting home in Surprise.   While the city doesn’t have any documented positive cases of the Coronavirus, there’s no doubt it has already changed the way of life … more
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