Positions filled in exceptional education and student placement and community outreach.
Busing out-of-district students not cost effective.
Resolution: Standardized testing has taken focus away from developing the “whole child.”
45 seek seats on Pima County school boards.
College accreditors planning visit to college in September.
New Myers/Ganoung principal was not the top pick for interview committees.
The deadline to file is Aug. 6; Aug. 20 for write-ins.
TUSD superintendent stands behind the hire and Grijalva's decision to withhold information.
Board was unaware of the connection prior to making the principal appointment.
Only one candidate has filed for a seat on the TUSD Board.
TUSD will bring a name for Governing Board approval on July 8.
Chancellor driving change in ‘abusive culture,’ seeks to upgrade staff and programs.
Top priorities: building schools, replacing buses and outdated equipment, and addressing repairs.
Two directors, a principal and a project manager were hired Tuesday night.
The cost of the election will be about $235,000.
Weekly roundup of education-related news across Southern Arizona.
TUSD’s five-year strategic plan is nearing completion and board vote.
The plan is scheduled to go before the Governing Board next month.
Having met 100 percent of his achievement goals, TUSD Superintendent H.T. Sanchez was awarded a $12,600 bonus Tuesday.
TUSD's superintendent could receive a bonus of $12,000-plus for achievement initiatives.