High school would serve grades seven through 12 under TUSD proposal.
TUSD has four months to submit a revised magnet plan.
Position would have guarded against noncompliance, theft, inefficient practices, other unfavorable circumstances.
City hopes incentives could fill empty TUSD schools.
Cuts to universities total $75 million, including $21.6 million reduction at UA.
How the HomeGoods debate might play out. Also, State of the State irony.
The Korean students will shadow their Tucson "ambassadors" in school.
Appeals court looks into intent of state law that disallows classes.
Ethnic Studies supporters to ask Court of Appeals to overturn Arizona law.
Effort encourages hundreds of students to return to school.
Santa Rita, Catalina, Rincon/University looking for football bosses; Buena, too.
Diane Douglas, however, says she will work with the district to to achieve compliance in its culturally relevant classes.
TUSD superintendent meets with Arizona's new schools chief, leaves upbeat.
District will appeal ethnic studies ruling if necessary, Sanchez says.
Education news from Tucson and Southern Arizona.
TUSD may lose $14 million if courses are not brought into compliance.
Tucson district's culturally relevant classes called out of compliance with state law.
Educations news from Tucson and Southern Arizona.
Flowers & Bullets raises animals, plants community gardens and organizes events.
The position is filled in the interim by Scott Morrison, director of project management.