TUSD has four months to submit a revised magnet plan.
AZ Schools Supt. Douglas should drop TUSD ethnic studies fight.
TUSD may lose $14 million if courses are not brought into compliance.
Governing Board decides to spend $4.7 million on raises.
Dodge Middle School move unlikely due to lack of funds, superintendent says.
Judge denies TUSD's request to remove district criticism from court records.
TUSD Governing Board approves boundary changes in an effort to integrate schools.
Lawyer to cost district $475 an hour as judge doubts TUSD's 'good faith.'
The review is required under the district’s decades-old desegregation order.
Finally, someone came out and said it.
Despite repeated recommendations to reduce the number of magnet schools in the Tucson Unified School District, a draft of TUSD’s comprehensive magnet plans shows no program eliminations for the upcoming school year.
A representative for the Latino plaintiffs in TUSD’s decades-old desegregation case has taken issue with the district’s decision to resist paying $2.2 million in legal fees.
The Tucson Unified School District board voted to pay $500,000 to the plaintiff’s attorneys in the decades-old desegregation case against the district Tuesday night, but vowed to continue fighting what it calls excessive legal fees.
Tucson Unified School District’s inadequate curriculum development has limited achievement by nearly all of TUSD’s 49,000 students. But minority and poor students may be paying the highest price.
The Tucson Unified School District may look at reducing the number of magnet schools despite fighting a recommendation by a desegregation expert last year to do exactly that.
The Tucson Unified School District will spend more than $1.3 million to renovate two closed elementary schools to use as low-cost child-care centers for employees.
In an effort to increase diversity at TUSD’s award-winning University High School, the district will have to change the minimum required score on the GPA and student entrance exam, as well as use other measures, a federal judge ruled.
The Tucson Unified School District has asked a federal judge to disregard a desegregation expert’s request to kill a new admissions plan for University High School.
The plaintiffs in a decades-old desegregation case are requesting that TUSD cover $2.2 million in attorney fees — a request that the district calls excessive.
The Tucson Unified School District has selected new legal counsel to handle desegregation issues, parting ways with the firm — DeConcini McDonald Yetwin & Lacy — that has served TUSD for 39 years.