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Tucson Unified School District to hold hiring fair Friday to fill 186 teaching positions. Instructors will be hired on the spot.
School works with UA's electrical and computer engineering department on project.
The district was ranked No. 2 in June 2015.
D.C.-based group gives the honor, saying district demonstrates exemplary engagement.
Sunnyside and Sahuarita's measures defeated.
District asked for $22 million in bond and 10 percent capital budget override.
The assignment taught fifth graders about creativity, communication and innovation.
Instructors get high marks even when student scores fall well short.
TUSD will spend more than $457,000 on the devices.
Most Pima school districts were on par or above the state average.