Struggling Sells school district works to close achievement gap.
Device replaces pharmacy in health center.
Honorees show high level of student achievement in high-need schools.
Critics of new schools chief Diane Douglas begin a recall effort more than a month before she even takes office.
TUSD students gain knowledge, opportunity from biotech pipeline project.
Camp helps Cienega HS senior become citizen astronomer.
Empire High has a shot at a share of $2 million in technology.
The Tucson Jazz Institute will pay $36,000 a year.
The lodge has participated in the Dictionary Project for 11 years.
Ten schools competed in the division.
Both high schools launched turnaround initiatives in 2011.
College president said report won't be released to public.
College decides not to release findings until final report is issued.
No public money will be used for gathering spot project.
Governing Board decides to spend $4.7 million on raises.
Manzo Elementary harvest to be delivered to school lunch trays.
He's been dead at Eller since 2011.
Len Jessup will start work there in January.
State appeals court denies charter school argument for same funding as public schools.
Attacked members of a Jewish fraternity, school officials said.
Islamic Center has experienced vandalism from bottles, objects thrown from student apartments.
SAE was already facing possible expulsion by school.
Health-care merger called a way to remain competitive.
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Student achievement, new program are what matter most, not settling old scores.