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Tucson lacking as college town, says financial website

Tucson lacking as college town, says financial website

WalletHub: Tempe, Flagstaff rate better for students.

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Review recommends PCC be taken off probation

Review recommends PCC be taken off probation

Also recommends that the college be placed "on notice" to ensure new policies and procedures are followed.

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PCC may shed probation but remain under watch

PCC may shed probation but remain under watch

Final decision by accreditor on college's status will come early next year.

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UA's Mirror Lab's name will honor $20M donor

UA's Mirror Lab's name will honor $20M donor

Gift goes toward school's involvement in the Giant Magellan Telescope project.

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Deadline looming for school tax credit eligibility

Deadline looming for school tax credit eligibility

Dec. 31 deadline to make school tax credit contributions is approaching.

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Elks become elves for Christmas

Elks become elves for Christmas

Education news from Tucson and Southern Arizona. 

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PCC instructor to lead international outreach

PCC instructor to lead international outreach

College hopes to increase number of foreign students.

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Audit: Agencies withhold spending info from public

Audit: Agencies withhold spending info from public

Only 56% of public agencies turned over expense reports within 2 week.

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How often are Tucson schools locked down?

How often are Tucson schools locked down?

How many times Tucson schools were locked down in past 3 years

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School lockdown drills prepare kids for the worst

School lockdown drills prepare kids for the worst

They include "locks, lights, out of sight" run-throughs twice a year.

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Lawmakers fight court order for more school funding

Lawmakers fight court order for more school funding

Attorneys for the state Legislature want to void a court order to restore funds illegally withheld from schools.

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TUSD approves classroom credit for high school sports

TUSD approves classroom credit for high school sports

Students with demanding course loads now have alternative pathway to P.E. credit.

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TUSD approves $4.4 million for teacher, staff raises

TUSD approves $4.4 million for teacher, staff raises

First real pay raise in years will mean additional $500 per year. 

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TUSD teachers, staff could receive pay raises

TUSD teachers, staff could receive pay raises

District considering $500 across-the-board raises for most employees.

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Gale Elementary next Adopt-A-School site

Gale Elementary next Adopt-A-School site

Education news from Tucson and Southern Arizona. 

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TEP to receive Spirit of Education award

TEP to receive Spirit of Education award

The company will be recognized for its volunteerism and corporate philanthropy across Southern Arizona. 

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Arizona education department to expand college access

Arizona education department to expand college access

The commitment was made as part of College Opportunity Day of Action in Washington, D.C.

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Amphi students to take virtual world field trip

Amphi students to take virtual world field trip

Copper Creek students will be able to talk with a diver who will be inside a tank in the Great Barrier Reef. 

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State asks court to deny $1 billion owed to schools

State asks court to deny $1 billion owed to schools

PHOENIX — Attorneys for state lawmakers are urging a judge to reject a request by Arizona schools for more than $1 billion in inflation fundin…

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Literacy volunteers needed to help kids and adults

Literacy volunteers needed to help kids and adults

Literacy connects seeks volunteers to work with children, adults.

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State reviews TUSD on Mexican American Studies

State reviews TUSD on Mexican American Studies

Probe comes after heated exchange involving Pueblo Principal Augustine Romero.

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Tucson teacher claims reprisals for criticizing Common Core

Tucson teacher claims reprisals for criticizing Common Core

Tanque Verde instructor says he was removed from several state committees.

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Education notes

Education notes

News from Tucson and Southern Arizona schools. 

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Basis student becomes Thousand-air on 'Millionaire' show

Basis student becomes Thousand-air on 'Millionaire' show

News from Tucson and Southern Arizona schools. 

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