TUSD sells Fort Lowell Elementary School for $1.1 million.
He supported two Republicans running for TUSD board.
Political news and notes from around the Old Pueblo.
Positions filled in exceptional education and student placement and community outreach.
Prescott College seeks to partner with TUSD to offer dual-enrollment courses.
New Myers/Ganoung principal was not the top pick for interview committees.
The director of TUSD’s multicultural curriculum department will take over Pueblo Magnet High School for the upcoming school year.
Sunnyside OKs bids for Chaparral remodel
The Tucson Unified School District is revising its nondiscrimination policy to protect transgender students, staff members and others.
The Tucson Unified School District is revising its non discrimination policy to protect transgender students, staff and others.
The Tucson Unified School District is strengthening its internal controls for procuring consultant services in an effort it says will avoid the appearance of wrongdoing.
The Tucson Unified School District has a new director of culturally relevant teachingpedagogy.
Things in the Tucson Unified School District tend to get complicated quickly.
The possibility of moving University High School to its own campus is no longer on the table, leaving the award-winning school to continue its partnership with Rincon High for now.
Seven books that were banned after the elimination of Mexican American Studies may be making their way back into TUSD classrooms.
Freshmen at three TUSD high schools may be required to take a "culturally relevant" course in the fall as part of the district's effort to retain students.
The search firm hired to find TUSD's next superintendent is the same one that recruited Sunnyside's Manuel Isquierdo to lead a San Antonio school district.
The TUSD Governing Board has selected an external firm to conduct its search for the district's next superintendent.
The hunt for TUSD’s next superintendent is on, as the Governing Board approved the recruitment and hiring process Tuesday night.
The Tucson Unified School District will eliminate an estimated 19 teachers, 10 assistant principals and an undetermined number of counselors, librarians and administrative workers to help close a $17 million budget gap.