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Kyrene Elementary School District has once more been awarded the Certificate of Excellence in Financial Reporting from the Association of School Business Officials International. more
Juliana Trevino Ramirez is a second-year student flourishing in Western Maricopa Education Center’s (West-MEC) Nursing Services Program. more
Glendale Community College is one of only 149 universities and colleges around the world to be honored for its efforts to create a culture of wellness on campus. This marks the ninth year that GCC … more
Arizona-based charter-school chain Great Hearts Academies is expanding its school network to include Great Hearts Christos, private, faith-based academies set to open this fall in Gilbert and … more
The Maricopa County Community College District has opened registration for seven bachelor’s degree programs that will begin in August 2023. more
PHOENIX — As part of the community-focused missions of both the Phoenix IDA and the Phoenix Community Development & Investment Corporation, the organizations are jointly funding the Verma … more

The Maricopa County Community College District has opened registration for seven inaugural bachelor’s degree programs, including in Glendale. more
Higley USD is working to implement the “Higley-ized” version of “Portrait of a Graduate” that the Governing Board adopted last May.  But the effort has come under some … more
Improving education persists as a major issue for Arizona state officials juggling funding, school safety and advancing curriculum, with the Helios Education Foundation and Education Forward Arizona following suit with a new report on the extensive economic benefits of investing in and developing statewide education. more
International School of Arizona’s Student Council, made up of 10 current ISA students and led by Susan Butler, donated over $1,500 in toiletries to the Sojourner Center, a safe haven from … more
A hotline established by the Superintendent of Public Instruction aimed at ferreting out reports of “inappropriate” subjects in Arizona classrooms has garnered more than 2,600 complaints in a week, according to the state. more
From the classroom to cafeteria, students will get an in-depth look at their food with SFE Future Foodies, a new nutrition education program from Southwest Foodservice Excellence, a national … more
Six teachers in Chandler Unified School District earned or renewed their National Board for Professional Teaching Standards certification, joining a class of more than 2,800 teachers nationwide for … more

Gilbert Public Schools is kicking off districtwide events March 27 to help current and prospective families with kinder-aged children navigate their options and understand what kindergarten readiness … more
Caleb Garrison, a standout athlete at American Leadership Academy-Gilbert North in Gilbert has been chosen to represent the United States as part of the American Football Worldwide Elite … more
The Higley USD Governing Board gave a tentative approval to its fiscal year 2023-24 maintenance and operations budget and did a second review of its unrestricted capital budget at its March 8 … more
Scottsdale Unified School District has approved a settlement and release of claims as part of a multi-district lawsuit against Juul Labs Inc. for its manufacturing and distribution of electronic cigarettes and vapes. more
The Higley USD Governing Board approved 2% raises for most district employees at the board’s March 8 meeting, but the vote was not unanimous.  Anna Van Hoek voted in dissent on the … more
The Scottsdale Unified School District is preparing to join a lawsuit against social media platforms for its impact to students’ mental health. more
PHOENIX — State senators gave preliminary approval Thursday to a measure directing the Department of Education to come up with a list of books that are banned in public schools. more

PHOENIX — Arizona won’t be banning what has been called “critical race theory” in public schools. more
Deer Valley Unified School District wouldn’t immediately qualify for a proposal making its way through the Arizona Legislature to break large school districts in Arizona into smaller ones. more
Just because the traditional school year ends, it doesn’t mean that opportunities to learn and grow should end either. With that spirit in mind, Gateway Academy, which serves students on the … more
High school graduates from 2021 to 2023, as well as GED recipients, are invited to experience life as a college student this summer at Central Arizona College. Registration is now open for Central … more
The Notre Dame Prep cheer team placed first in the United Spirit Association National Championships held Feb. 24–26 in Anaheim, Calif. The Saints cheer team won the category of Large Varsity … more
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