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The Peoria Unified School District governing board has called an executive session potentially to discuss what could be the fate of two teachers who helped organize a sick-out Jan. 11. more
With 11 school days left in the school year, the Maricopa County Department of Public Health has declared Sunset Heights Elementary School as an outbreak, according a letter from the Peoria Unified School District. more
The Tempe Diablos are excited to announce the official finalists for the 32nd annual Excellence in Education award ceremony. more
The Peoria Main Library has made it more than 25 years without major maintenance to the walls, windows and roof, and now officials say it will get much needed renovations, as well as updates to make … more
At the beginning of the pandemic as virtual instruction was in full force in Peoria Unified School District, one of Jan Ogino’s second-grade students at Heritage Elementary School started showing up to class online in a different environment than she was familiar with. more
The Center for the Future of Arizona thanks Gov. Ducey for signing House Bill 2862, legislation that supports Arizona schools in providing learner-centered education to better meet the needs of every student and family. more
A partnership between ASU Prep DIgital and Pendergast Elementary School District has been recognized with a national award for breaking down barriers for underserved students.  more
The Deer Valley Unified School District will have a better idea on teacher staffing needs -- and salaries -- at the next governing board meeting. more
Arizona’s years-long teacher shortage is likely to continue into the summer, according to education experts from across the state. more
PHOENIX — Gov. Doug Ducey has vetoed what would have been the most restrictive measure in the nation on what can be taught about gays and gender identification as well as barring any form of … more
There has been a growing number of concerns from a group of Peoria Unified School District parents over what is taught to their children, particularly around curriculum that involves inclusion and diversity. more
When Grand Canyon University senior Rabekah Neu crossed the stage at graduation on Monday, she did so with a full-time job offer in supply chain management from Amazon.com Inc. more
When Rutgers University announced in late March it would require all students to receive the COVID-19 vaccine before stepping foot on its New Jersey campus this fall, it became the first university to do so. Since then, a handful of schools have followed suit, including Cornell University and Notre Dame University. more
Earlier this month, the Peoria Unified School District released the first episode of its new podcast, Trending Peoria, in which district officials breakdown the latest trends in education — from details on how the pandemic has impacted student learning to the way arts education helps shape students. more
A partnership between a Valley education institution and a business nonprofit is expected to help the West Valley upgrade its workforce and reduce barriers to higher education. more
When Starbucks launched its partnership with Arizona State University in June 2014, it was hailed as a first-of-its kind employee benefit set to increase access to higher education. more
Growing up with a mother who was a school principal, Amaris Lewis always knew she would end up working in education. What she did not expect was that a state would set aside a day in her … more
Arizona State University will not be raising tuition rates for current or incoming students amid the economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic, with Arizona’s two other state universities following suit. more
The coronavirus pandemic has brought to light issues of inequity in many aspects of life, from food to medicine. It’s also brought up issues of equity in education, with students turning online in droves when the pandemic shuttered school doors for months. more
While certain things come with age, there are many encouraging aspects the Bureau of Jewish Education of Greater Phoenix, 12701 N. Scottsdale Road, plans to share with the community on the “art of aging.” more
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