First real pay raise in years will mean additional $500 per year.
Board must demand detailed information about what administrator is doing, saying.
Grijalva offers $500 reward to anyone who can identify the person.
Candidates also discuss Common Core and bilingual education.
TUSD Governing Board candidates continue to sound off on educational issues as part of their bids for seats in Tucson’s largest school district.
TUSD Governing Board approves boundary changes in an effort to integrate schools.
New Myers/Ganoung principal was not the top pick for interview committees.
TUSD superintendent stands behind the hire and Grijalva's decision to withhold information.
Board was unaware of the connection prior to making the principal appointment.
TUSD's superintendent could receive a bonus of $12,000-plus for achievement initiatives.
The Tucson Unified School District is taking a step toward the purchase of $1.7 million in software that will replace many of its paper-driven systems.
The Tucson Unified School District will spend $4.4 million to reduce class sizes for the upcoming school year in hopes of improving achievement for existing students and luring back those who have left.
Former TUSD Governing Board Member Miguel Cuevas is looking to return to the dais in Tucson’s largest school district.
TUSD did not violate state law or district policy when it awarded a $92,500 contract to a Texas firm with ties to Superintendent H.T. Sanchez, an in-house review determined.
TUSD is expected to release an in-house review today of the awarding of a $92,500 contract to a Texas firm with ties to Superintendent H.T. Sanchez.
Longtime TUSD Governing Board Member Adelita Grijalva will retain the president’s seat for another year after receiving unanimous approval Tuesday.
Things in the Tucson Unified School District tend to get complicated quickly.
The possibility of moving University High School to its own campus is no longer on the table, leaving the award-winning school to continue its partnership with Rincon High for now.
The search firm hired to find TUSD's next superintendent is the same one that recruited Sunnyside's Manuel Isquierdo to lead a San Antonio school district.
In what he said was an effort to bring stability to Tucson's largest school district, TUSD Superintendent John Pedicone unexpectedly announced his resignation Wednesday - more than a year before his contract expires.