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Education news from the Tucson area and Southern Arizona.
TUSD is considering a $1.1 million sale of Fort Lowell Elementary School.
TUSD's superintendent could receive a bonus of $12,000-plus for achievement initiatives.
No question: Even the whiff of a hint that a public school might be closed provokes strong emotions.
Desiree Cueto has been named TUSD's new multicultural curriculum director.
The Tucson Unified School District is taking a step toward the purchase of $1.7 million in software that will replace many of its paper-driven systems.
The Tucson Unified School District board voted to pay $500,000 to the plaintiff’s attorneys in the decades-old desegregation case against the district Tuesday night, but vowed to continue fighting what it calls excessive legal fees.
The days of school closures may not be behind Tucson’s largest school district after an efficiency audit found 14,000 empty seats.
The Tucson Unified School District is hoping the third time will be a charm when it comes to the sale of the now-closed Wrightstown Elementary School site.
The Tucson Unified School District will spend $4.4 million to reduce class sizes for the upcoming school year in hopes of improving achievement for existing students and luring back those who have left.
It has only been a month since the TUSD Governing Board voted not to renew the contract of Catalina Magnet High School Principal Rex Scott, but the longtime educator has already found another home for the upcoming school year.
The Tucson Unified School District will lease unused space to an organization that will provide a preschool for children in poverty on the southwest side.
TUSD knowingly approved creation of a district-run charter school Tuesday despite a new state law denying funding for public-to-charter school conversions.
The director of TUSD’s multicultural curriculum department will take over Pueblo Magnet High School for the upcoming school year.
Master keys at nearly every campus within the Tucson Unified School District have been lost or stolen, creating a significant problem, TUSD officials have acknowledged.
The Tucson Unified School District may look at reducing the number of magnet schools despite fighting a recommendation by a desegregation expert last year to do exactly that.
More than 25,000 students living in the Tucson Unified School District have opted to go to charter schools or attend classes in surrounding school districts instead.
In an effort to address a growth in student enrollment at Rincon/University High School, the Tucson Unified School District will be installing portable classrooms on the midtown campus.