Officials working hard to overcome state funding cuts, district chief says.
TUSD announces it has canceled the tests. It's unclear what might replace them.
New course is called U.S. History from the Mexican American Perspective.
The speech will focus on the district's progress, plans for the future.
Douglas is hopeful that TUSD can bring the courses into legal compliance.
TUSD will share progress on the first-year goals of the plan.
The update meeting is open to the public.
But lawmaker to consider amendment exempting district from phase-out bill.
Letters on county smoking policy, TUSD leadership, thanks from a theater-goer.
Parents love their individual schools, but the public still distrusts the district.
Council OKs plan for closed schools, but TUSD must sign off
City hopes incentives could fill empty TUSD schools.
Diane Douglas, however, says she will work with the district to to achieve compliance in its culturally relevant classes.
TUSD superintendent meets with Arizona's new schools chief, leaves upbeat.
District will appeal ethnic studies ruling if necessary, Sanchez says.
The position is filled in the interim by Scott Morrison, director of project management.
First real pay raise in years will mean additional $500 per year.
District considering $500 across-the-board raises for most employees.
Governing Board decides to spend $4.7 million on raises.
Board must demand detailed information about what administrator is doing, saying.