In his Nov. 11 column the Star’s Tim Steller accuses the Tucson Unified School District of perpetrating a “lie” about the risks to its magnet programs, but nowhere does he identify what the “lie” is. The content of his narrative does not match his fantastic headline. He also does a disservic…
U.S. District Court Judge David Bury will have the final say on the matter.
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Position would have guarded against noncompliance, theft, inefficient practices, other unfavorable circumstances.
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Sunnyside OKs bids for Chaparral remodel