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But next step in improving early-childhood education is finding a way to boost pay.
TUSD is considering leasing Richey School to the Pascua Yaqui Tribe.
There is bipartisan movement toward making the most important step the nation can take to improve the quality of public education in the country, particularly in its urban cores.
The Tucson Unified School District will lease unused space to an organization that will provide a preschool for children in poverty on the southwest side.
TUSD will be holding two informational meetings this week on the new Infant and Early Learning Centers.
Green Fields Country Day School is hosting a kindergarten open house March 30 from 1 to 3 p.m.
The Tucson Unified School District is offering its new, low-cost early learning centers to the public.
The Tucson Unified School District might put an end to early admission into kindergarten.
The House Interim Committee on Education lists altering the school transfer statute as a priority in a report.
A new TUSD preschool geared toward Tucson 3-year-olds is the district’s latest venture to prepare some of the city’s youngest, and often underserved, learners for academic success.
An evaluation program designed to identify high-quality day-care and preschool programs across the state shows very few kid-care centers rated three stars or higher in the Tucson area.
More than 200 kids will lose services locally, just weeks after Obama called for early education expansion.
Parents of soon-to-be kindergartners are invited to tour TUSD schools, meet teachers and learn about educational offerings this week.