Roundup of Tucson-area education news.
Drop off supplies at Southern Arizona Walgreens, Wendy’s and Cox Communications locations.
Friday is the day to help out.
This week is National Teacher Appreciation Week. There are many thoughtful ways we can show our appreciation for teachers – starting with a simple “thank you.”
Tucson Values Teacher is searching for a new leader after the founding executive director stepped down.
If Arizonans want talented and effective teachers in classrooms with our kids, then we must understand this group of professionals as a workforce and take steps to retain them in the same way we seek out and support other industries.
A newly released survey of Southern Arizona educators shows critical teacher attraction and retention issues, with many reporting low job satisfaction, feeling underappreciated and having to take second jobs.
Back 2 School Bash is Sunday at TCC
is CEO of the Tucson Association of Realtors, one of several organizations seeking donations for teachers.
The path to a better community and economy starts in the classroom.
Teachers from Tucson Unified School District show some of the items collected during the 2011 drive.
As parents with young children count down the days till school starts, Tucson Values Teachers is on a mission to make back-to-school shopping for school supplies a communitywide event.
Mountain View teacher honored
The local nonprofit, Tucson Values Teachers has partnered with Walgreens to hold their 4th annual Tucson Supplies Teachers supply drive.
Local teachers received supplies collected by Tucson Medical Center employees during the Tucson Supplies Teachers drive last year. The 2012 campaign, which begins tomorrow, seeks to collect $125,000 in school supplies.
School is about to start and kids and parents aren't the only ones shopping for supplies. According to the nonprofit Tucson Values Teachers, teachers throughout the city will spend an average of $500 each of their own money for pencils, pens, notebooks, tissues and other classroom necessities.