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  • Arizona Daily Star

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Educational Enrichment Foundation recognizes teacher's efforts with surprise $1,500 award. 

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The state Education Board voted on Monday to exercise a law allowing retention for reading significantly below grade level.

Launching new books at festival boosts sales and enables authors to interact with readers, other authors.

The eighth edition of the community literary festival is set for March 12-13.

Shakespeare's First Folio will be in Tucson during the Tucson Festival of Books.

The Tucson Festival of Books has announced its list of 2016 authors and donation to literacy.

Author Jennifer Lee Carrell and Helene Woodhams, a supervising librarian at the Dusenberry-River Branch of Pima County Public Library, will co…

  • Arizona Daily Star

Amazon ranks Old Pueblo as No. 4 in fifth annual list

Many activities, authors are geared to to kids and families.

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Literacy connects seeks volunteers to work with children, adults.

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Volunteers work with students in kindergarten through fifth grade.

Program still needs about 300 new coaches for fall. 

Says one: “I felt happy for myself, but also for the others.”

Coyote Trail Elementary School in the Marana Unified School District is hosting a free five-week summer reading program.

The Sunnyside Unified School District is offering free breakfast and lunch over the summer to all children 18 years old and younger.

Former Tucson City Councilman Rodney Glassman stopped by the Tucson Unified School District on Tuesday with a gift for TUSD kindergartners.

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Miles Exploratory Learning Center Teacher Patty Mitchell got quite the surprise Wednesday: A $1,500 check and recognition from her school community.

Summer reading program features digital books

  • Alexis Huicochea Arizona Daily Star

Thousands of digital books are now available to Arizona children ages 3 and up as part of an effort to improve literacy.