Test results show proficiency levels for math and English language arts in grades three through eight and high school-level math for the 2015-2016 school year.
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Work continues, even as many milestones have been reached.
Education news from Tucson and Southern Arizona.
Athlete says he was railroaded by system that favors accusers.
In compliance with state law, curriculum won't be inclusive of LGBT students.
Money will be used for construction of new C.A.T.S. Academic.
The bonus will be donated to the Cooper Center for Environmental Learning.
TUSD board deliberations continued late into the night.
The four-week program serves about 20 children from across the Tucson area.
District could lose about 200 students a year for the next 10 years.
Annette Reichman is the school's first deaf and visually impaired superintendent.
Above: Carlos Demic cautiously examines a brain in the Anatomic Pathology department during Camp Scrubs at Banner-University Medical Center. T…
Too many students leave college with only debt, not a degree.
Homeowners will see small increase in district property taxes.
Some faculty, students are unimpressed with school's handling of sexual assaults.
Effort seeks to retain students for middle school and beyond.
SB 1531 makes state-backed money available to for-profit charter school operators.