Tucson Unified School District early results are in.
TUSD Governing Board candidates continue to sound off on educational issues as part of their bids for seats in Tucson’s largest school district.
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.
The Tucson Unified School District is taking a step toward the purchase of $1.7 million in software that will replace many of its paper-driven systems.
The director of TUSD’s multicultural curriculum department will take over Pueblo Magnet High School for the upcoming school year.
More than 25,000 students living in the Tucson Unified School District have opted to go to charter schools or attend classes in surrounding school districts instead.
Sunnyside OKs bids for Chaparral remodel
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.
Former TUSD Governing Board Member Miguel Cuevas is looking to return to the dais in Tucson’s largest school district.
TUSD Superintendent H.T. Sanchez gave the head of a Texas education-consulting company a private early notice about a training program he intended to create here, and encouraged her to bid on the contract.
Seven books that were banned after the elimination of Mexican American Studies may be making their way back into TUSD classrooms.
There is only one North Nirvana Place in Pima County, but the same street sign is hanging in bedrooms, garages and man caves throughout the area.
If TUSD Governing Board Member Michael Hicks has his way, the public will have to wait until the end of meetings to address the board.
The hunt for TUSD’s next superintendent is on, as the Governing Board approved the recruitment and hiring process Tuesday night.
The TUSD Governing Board hopes to offer “culturally relevant” courses for students next year. The curriculum may include fields of study as diverse as as ringtone musicology, fundamentals of Facebook, fast food aesthetics, and call center linguistics.
One TUSD board member issued a statement, just before tonight’s board meeting started, saying he will abstain from voting tonight.
A group of Tucson developers is planning to build luxury rental homes on the shuttered Wrightstown Elementary School site after the TUSD Governing Board approved a sale that will bring in nearly $1.6 million.