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Community colleges throughout Maricopa County have joined a brand-new pilot program dedicated to boosting education outcomes for students of color and those from low-income backgrounds. more
When Michele Michaels became program manager at the Arizona Commission for the Deaf and the Hard of Hearing four years ago, she started keeping track of those who called seeking services but couldn’t afford the care. Today, her list includes more than 500 names — and is being put to good use. more
Public health versus politics has hit home at Peoria Unified School District, with state legislators and the governor issuing rules at odds with federal, state and county COVID-19 guidelines. more
Central Arizona College is offering Pinal County residents free in-state tuition for the fall 2021 and spring 2022 semesters. The number of credits that students may take is not limited. However, … more
You’re a freshman on the first day of high school. The campus seems huge. So do some of the kids. You’re not sure where your classes are or how to get from Point A to Point … more
Mesa Community College’s First Year Experience program, a supportive year-long engagement with first-year college students, was recently recognized as a Program of Promise by the National … more
An extension of a partnership between two educational entities aims to improve Arizona students’ struggling math scores. more
Spending $85,000 to renovate Apache Junction Unified School District’s governing board room and district office and $61,062.42 to upgrade the board room’s sound system were approved … more
The Peoria Unified School District has responded to the governor’s allegation that the district is breaking the law by having a policy that requires quarantines for unvaccinated students who are exposed to COVID-19 but exempting vaccinated students. more
The Deer Valley Unified School District governing board voted to approve a tax levy to help pay for infrastructure on the district’s new elementary school. more
Seven 77-passenger buses costing more than a combined $1 million that were purchased by the Apache Junction Unified School District could be delivered as soon as November. The AJUSD Governing … more
The Peoria Unified School District and Gov. Doug Ducey’s office are at odds over a quarantine policy at the district. The governor’s office says the district is breaking the law by … more
The Arizona Agribusiness & Equine Center High School in Mesa received a free solar system from the SRP Solar for Nonprofits program. It was awarded to AAEC as part of SRP’s previous call … more
A move to formalize a temporary compensation increase for those Peoria Unified employees who fill in for teachers during class has failed. more
The city of Surprise and the Dysart Unified School District are big draws for some big leaguers. more
The Peoria Unified School District governing board will consider approving a pay increase to substitute teachers at the July 8 public meeting, 6 p.m. at the PUSD administrative building, 6330 W. Thunderbird Road, Glendale. more
Arizona State University is preparing to launch a brand-new undergraduate degree program at its downtown Phoenix campus this fall. more
After a year-and-a half of shuffling between in-person and virtual learning as well as quarantining, the Peoria Unified School District is aiming for a return to normalcy in the upcoming school year. more
The city of Phoenix is doing its part to help students return to normalcy come fall. more
A time capsule ceremony took place during a June 9 Dysart Unified School District Governing Board meeting to wrap up the centennial celebrations and commemorate 100 years of excellence in … more
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