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  • Yoohyun Jung Arizona Daily Star
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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.

I am a high school student who attended an environmental boot camp at the University of Arizona. One site that we visited that actually stuck …

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Booth-Fickett K-8, Mansfeld Middle and Palo Verde High to pilot the program. 

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  • By Sofía Martínez Ramos Special to the Arizona Daily Star

Work continues, even as many milestones have been reached.

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Education news from Tucson and Southern Arizona. 

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Athlete says he was railroaded by system that favors accusers.

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In compliance with state law, curriculum won't be inclusive of LGBT students. 

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Money will be used for construction of new C.A.T.S. Academic.

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The bonus will be donated to the Cooper Center for Environmental Learning.

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TUSD board deliberations continued late into the night. 

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The four-week program serves about 20 children from across the Tucson area.

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District could lose about 200 students a year for the next 10 years.

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Annette Reichman is the school's first deaf and visually impaired superintendent.

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  • Photos by Sydney Richardson / for the Arizona Daily Star

Above: Carlos Demic cautiously examines a brain in the Anatomic Pathology department during Camp Scrubs at Banner-University Medical Center. T…

  • By Amy Dickinson Tribune Content Agency

Advice for the real world.

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  • By David Sadker and Sheila Tobias Special to the Arizona Daily Star

Too many students leave college with only debt, not a degree.

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Homeowners will see small increase in district property taxes.

  • LISA LEFF and PAUL ELIAS Associated Press

Some faculty, students are unimpressed with school's handling of sexual assaults.

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Effort seeks to retain students for middle school and beyond. 

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  • By Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services

SB 1531 makes state-backed money available to for-profit charter school operators.