Jan Vesely, will focus on curriculum and instruction and school improvement.
Only one candidate has filed for a seat on the TUSD Board.
Curriculum program recognized by the Center for Digital Education.
Top priorities: building schools, replacing buses and outdated equipment, and addressing repairs.
Seventy-seven Tucson children may have to repeat the third grade after failing to meet statewide reading standards.
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 Sunnyside Unified School District Governing Board voted Thursday to give district employees a 2 percent raise next school year.
A $200,000 audit commissioned by Tucson’s largest school district found inadequate curriculum, a lack of oversight and little to no evaluation of interventions designed to help struggling students and schools.
Career and technical education programs in Pima County could get a small budget boost if the state Senate passes the House-approved budget.
The Sunnyside Unified School District Governing Board voted Tuesday to move forward with marketing and replicating its laptop program to other school districts after putting the efforts on hold for a year.
The Tucson Unified School District is hosting a kindergarten open house week running today through Friday.
Arizona ranks near the very bottom in per-pupil funding. Limited state support for public education coupled with diminishing federal support has placed our education system in a critical crossroad.
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If Sunnyside Unified School District will not admit to a corruption problem, perhaps it will cop to having boundary issues.
“If this is where I’m needed, this is where I’ll be,” says H.T. Sanchez, the Texas native who hopes to take the top post at Tucson Unified School District.
John Pedicone announced his resignation today as superintendent of the Tucson Unified School District this afternoon at Pima County’s Behavioral Health Pavilion Psychiatric Outpatient Clinic.
PHOENIX — Attorney General Tom Horne and a Sierra Vista Republican lawmaker are pushing a plan to let principals, teachers and janitors at public schools carry guns.
The Tucson Unified School District will move forward with cutting assistant principals, counselors, librarian assistants, human resource workers and other positions in an effort to close a $17 million budget gap.
An Amphitheater School District board member announced his resignation on Tuesday.