Weekly roundup of education briefs.
President and her staff are about to move into Old Main.
A closer look at Banner's proposed acquisition of the UA Health Network.
Jan Vesely, will focus on curriculum and instruction and school improvement.
The Pima County Health Department is offering extended hours at some clinics.
The $480,000 grant will fund a 2-year family literacy program.
Incoming president comes from college in North Carolina.
The open positions cross all grade levels and subject areas.
Back-to-school sale is today and Saturday.
Friday is the day to help out.
The plan focuses on curriculum and instruction, diversity, facilities, finance and communication.
Funders will move with ousted doctor, possibly to another Arizona school.
New Myers/Ganoung principal was not the top pick for interview committees.
UA physician helps lead 60-site trial to start next year in US Europe.
The University of Arizona Medical Center's financial outlook is negative, Moody's says.
Weekly roundup of education-related news.
School supplies, new clothing and shoes, and new hygiene products are needed.
New downtown school will focus on STEM education.
College-sponsored awards provide up to $2,000 annually for undergraduate studies.
Oro Valley couple helps Vail teacher cover licensing fees.
Engineering students deploy robots in a soccer tournament at U of A.
Volunteers will go door-to-door to help students earn diplomas.
The proposal would include all UA property, indoors and out.
The professor, fired after she lobbied to do pot research, files an appeal.
TUSD adds magnet schools and sets new standards for their continuation.