TUSD is considering a $1.1 million sale of Fort Lowell Elementary School.
Education news from Tucson-area schools.
The board voted 5-0 to pass a resolution ordering an override election.
Seven Tucson-area schools will receive more than $31,000 in grants to fund innovative technology projects.
Markers of death and dying are all around: the roadside flowers and crosses memorializing a loved one, the white-painted bikes at the scene of a bike fatality, or the uniquely Tucson All Souls Procession.
The director of TUSD’s multicultural curriculum department will take over Pueblo Magnet High School for the upcoming school year.
Over the last several years, the awards and accolades have been rolling in at C.E. Rose, a TUSD school nestled in a south-side neighborhood.
The Tucson Unified School District is revising its nondiscrimination policy to protect transgender students, staff members and others.
The public is invited to learn more about the Tucson Unified School District's solar project Wednesday.
The Tucson Unified School District is offering its new, low-cost early learning centers to the public.
Third-grade students at Los Amigos Elementary School in Tucson had a dilemma to solve — how to best save a turtle from the polluted Ganges River in India.
The toe-tapping harmonies of the Tucson Barbershop eXperience flowed freely from the rehearsal room and into the hallway of the Tucson Jewish Community Center late last month.
The public will have an opportunity tonight to discuss the Sunnyside Unified School District’s proposed budget cuts.
State OKs Sunnyside English-learner plans
The TUSD Governing Board has approved a $1.6 million deal for a residential development on the site of the now-closed Wrightstown Elementary School — marking the first time the district has transferred ownership of one of its closed schools.
Nearly a year after Adam Lanza shot his mother to death and then massacred 26 people at Sandy Hook Elementary in Newtown, Conn., prosecutors closed the case Monday with a report that sketched a chilling portrait of a young man with a twisted fascination with violence.
But they were unable t…
A magnet plan recently passed by TUSD’s Governing Board has been rejected by the desegregation expert put in place to oversee district efforts to bring racial balance to its schools.
Eleven special-needs TUSD students were forced to wait outside for rides when their bus broke down because school officials were afraid they would disrupt an after-school program underway inside.
About 75 Tucsonans will soon be new volunteer reading coaches. Will you join them?
Roots reach deep at Walter Douglas Elementary School.