"Half the kids who graduate from high school don't go to college."
Advocates for career and technical education in Arizona felt hopeful as the most recent legislative session opened.
Career and technical education programs in Pima County could get a small budget boost if the state Senate passes the House-approved budget.
As the Arizona Legislature kicks into full gear, state Rep. Ethan Orr, R-Tucson, is looking to restore funding for freshman high school students in a statewide technical training and education program.
The woman accused of ripping off Pima County’s Joint Technical Education District of hundreds of thousands of dollars was sentenced to 3ƒ years in prison Monday.
A new law will allow charter-school students to attend vocational classes without placing a financial burden on their schools.
A new law passed by state lawmakers last month is expected to improve partnerships between local businesses seeking skilled workers and high school students who could become future employees.
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More than 14,000 students from 36 high schools in Pima County, San Manuel and Rio Rico are graduating or are well on their way to graduating in an enviable position. They are:
6 NW teens take culinary honors
Eight Pima County JTED students won scholarships at the Careers Through Culinary Arts Program final competition.
It's time to get down to business. Perhaps the most important business of all is providing the best education we possibly can to every school-age person in Arizona. I consider this a sacred obligation, and I hope you do too.
A planned 13,000-square-foot expansion to an east-side high
school would offer culinary arts and high-tech media programs to