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Kyrene School District Governing Board will vote Sept. 12 on approving the sale of $19.5 million in bonds to support various capital improvement projects the district has planned in coming years. more
Teachers of Tomorrow has named Jennifer Qualls a finalist for its 2023 teacher of the year award. The sixth-grade teacher in the Mesa public schools systems joins eight other finalists from … more
The Higley Unified School District Governing Board has hired a firm to conduct its superintendent search.   Ray and Associates, which specializes in educational executive leadership … more
The Higley Unified School District Governing Board approved the replacement of 156 aging security cameras at district schools at a cost of more than a half-million dollars.   The move is … more
After a brief discussion Wednesday night, the Chandler Unified School District Governing Board concluded it will not be eligible for state funds related to school buildings due to declining … more
Gilbert Public Schools has unveiled a new tool for high school students and families to see if the student is on the path toward graduation.   The new graduation tracker resides on … more

The Terracon Foundation is giving Arizona State University $10,000 to support scholarships for students specializing in geotechnical or pavement engineering. Terracon is an employee-owned … more
Park West will host its inaugural Eat For Education fundraiser to benefit the Peoria Education Foundation. more
An upcoming edition of Energy for Sustainable Development will feature an article co-authored by Glendale Community College’s Michael Strong, social sciences faculty member, and Julie Silva, geography instructor at the University of Buffalo. more
The Glendale Chamber of Commerce will sponsor its 24th Annual Excellence in Education Golf Outing. more
Gilbert Public Schools is looking at a possible loss this year of 600 students in “average daily membership,” a key enrollment figure in the state’s education funding formula, … more
More than 30 local students spent summer break gaining work experience and building professional skills thanks to the Career Ready Tempe program, which matches students with Tempe businesses for a six-week paid summer internship. more
On Wednesday Feb. 27, the Glendale Chambers of Commerce will be hosting an education and workforce readiness presentation. more

Registration has begun for fall classes  in Tempe that include such options as yoga, boating, archery and others. The  Tempe Oppurtunies brochure has a full list and is available at … more
Echo from the Buttes, one of Arizona State University’s oldest move-in events, welcomed crowds of first and second-year students on Aug. 19, to take part in the classic tradition of reclaiming A Mountain. more
As children across the state head back to school students have options from the alternative education offered by online tuition-free public schools tailored to their needs. more
Arizona State Treasurer Kimberly Yee and the University of Arizona's Center for the Philosophy of Freedom are recognizing outstanding teachers who teach financial literacy to statewide K-12 students. more
The teacher shortage has a related corollary with which schools struggle: a substitute teacher shortage. Schools already short on teachers have difficulties backfilling spots when a teacher is … more
As August marks back to school, many families across the state are finding it harder to afford pricey school essentials. To help combat these issues a local nonprofit is stepping up to provide the foster community with essential items to ensure every child has what they need to be successful during the school year. more
Arizona State University starts its fall semester Aug. 17, welcoming more than 144,000 Sun Devils this year, including nearly 9,000 Arizonan first-year students who have chosen ASU as their home for higher education.  more

The students hop down quickly from the buses — some enthusiasm in their lively steps. Students seem to be enjoying their afterschool programs at the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Valley - … more
Maria Benitez, who is undocumented, grew up with hopes of one day getting coverage under DACA, the 2012 program that protects migrants from deportation if they were brought here as children. more
A Deer Valley Unified School District teacher is among those selected to win a $1,000 cash grant from Four Peaks Brewing Co.’s annual program supporting teachers, and he is still in the running for an even bigger grand prize. more
A partnership between ASU and the Phoenix high school district is designed to teach 150 students at Camelback High School how to take control over their finances now and in the future. … more
Instructors and directors of the Arizona Schools for the Deaf and Blind are ready to take on the challenges of the new school year following their leadership retreat at the state Capitol. The … more
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