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At issue: whether Arizona officials were motivated by discriminatory intent.

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  • By Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services

Citing statements of lawmakers, judge says discriminatory reasons may have driven statute.

  • By Astrid Galvan The Associated Press

But the district court's ruling against a claim the law was enacted with discriminatory intent is sent back for trial.

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Letters on graffiti removal, minimum wage comparisons, wildlife crossing, county budget priorities. 

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Tucsonans air education grievances during visit with AZ Schools Chief Diane Douglas. 

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While the state will not withhold $14 million in aid, it will continue monitoring TUSD culturally relevant courses.

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New course is called U.S. History from the Mexican American Perspective.

Douglas is hopeful that TUSD can bring the courses into legal compliance. 

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Nearly half estimated to be eligible for relief under Obama's executive orders.

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Letters on a generous company, education complaints, ethnic studies, local success story. 

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Appeals court looks into intent of state law that disallows classes.

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Ethnic Studies supporters to ask Court of Appeals to overturn Arizona law. 

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Thoughts on daylight saving time, Paris attack, Steve Kozachik, ethnic studies.

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Diane Douglas, however, says she will work with the district to to achieve compliance in its culturally relevant classes.

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District will appeal ethnic studies ruling if necessary, Sanchez says.

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TUSD superintendent meets with Arizona's new schools chief, leaves upbeat.

AZ Schools Supt. Douglas should drop TUSD ethnic studies fight.

  • Tim Steller Arizona Daily Star

Tucson Unified School District administrators surprised the school board last week by revealing they want to require a ninth-grade multicultur…

Saying he never planned to be a long-term leader for the Tucson Unified School District, John Pedicone submitted his resignation today.

  • Adelita Grijalva Special To The Arizona Daily Star

The issue of Mexican American Studies (MAS) in TUSD has escalated to the point where protests, increased security and frustrated community mem…