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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
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
An extension of a partnership between two educational entities aims to improve Arizona students’ struggling math scores. 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
The city of Phoenix is doing its part to help students return to normalcy come fall. more
Arizona State University has exceeded its goals in graduating more students from low-income backgrounds as well as Black, Hispanic and Asian American students in order to increase access to higher education for people from every background. more
PHOENIX — Republican lawmakers voted Friday to require students be exposed to the stories of people who have fled communism to convince them how much better is the system we have here. The … more
The coronavirus pandemic turned the academic world on its head for more than a year and its effects are still being felt in higher education today. more
It’s no secret schools were some of the U.S. institutions hit hardest by the COVID-19 pandemic, from a quick pivot to virtual learning to a myriad of financial losses. more
The Peoria Unified School District governing board will discuss a recent issue of interest to parents at the next board meeting, June 10. more
Trouble is brewing in the West Valley as one school district seeks to sever ties with the state’s school board association. more
Many Arizonans can relate to that sinking feeling in your stomach when you return to your parking spot, only to find your car is gone. Was it stolen? Did you forget where you parked? Or was it towed? … more
With the European Union’s 27 countries agreeing to open their borders to vaccinated Americans this summer, the world is one step closer to the international travel that has been held at bay by the COVID-19 pandemic for over a year. more
ASU Prep Digital will hold a drive-thru graduation ceremony this Friday and Saturday in substitution of normal graduation festivities. more
A group of parents and others have set in motion the process to recall Peoria Unified School District governing board members David Sandoval and Cory Underhill. more
Arizona teens’ demand for the COVID-19 vaccine could mean big things for a return to normalcy this fall. more
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
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