A new school year begins for 47,000 students.
TUSD kicks off back-to-school season for the Tucson area.
Seventy-seven Tucson children may have to repeat the third grade after failing to meet statewide reading standards.
What a disgusting end to a sad chapter.
You could blame Sunnyside school district voters for the painful budget cuts officials outlined at a forum Tuesday night.
Mail-in elections may represent the future in Tucson, but complications in Tuesday’s voting show that future isn’t now.
If you’ve procrastinated turning in your ballot, and by the looks of early voting numbers that appears to cover most voters in the all-mail election, today is your last chance to submit ballots for city, Vail incorporation and select school-district elections.
Early voting is underway for school-district elections and Vail’s proposed incorporation.
Early voting is underway for school district elections and Vail’s proposed incorporation.
When south-side neighborhood leader David Densmore visits the nearest park to his home, he drives a mile and a half.
Budget cuts have forced most Tucson-area school districts to shed school counselors, leaving a void in many elementary schools.
The majority on the Sunnyside school board seems to want it both ways.
Valerie Lopez-Miranda is principal at Los Amigos.
Valerie Lopez-Miranda considers herself to be a lifelong learner.
Tucson Mayor Jonathan Roths- child is teaming up with the Sunnyside Unified School District to recruit dropouts into a program to get their high school diplomas.
Mayor Jonathan Rothschild, left, Superintendent Manuel Isquierdo, at lectern, and school board member Louie Gonzales provide details.
While some kids pretend to be sick so they can stay home from school, KaiAnn Stamp actually did the opposite when she was a child.
Michelle Gottleber is a Michigan native who works in a predominantly Hispanic school on Tucson's south side.