A 13-year-old Marana student is headed to the national spelling bee contest, plus other news from Tucson-area school districts.
Arizona auditor says Tucson Unified School District's administrative spending percentage is its lowest since at least 2001.
Tucson Unified School District's superintendent says the allegations aren't true in the widely viewed video.
Tucson Unified School District's board will discuss ways of investing the money to mitigate addiction effects for students, to whom JUUL marketed products..
Plus other Tucson-area education news in brief, including teacher excellence awards and nominations.
Tucson Unified School District refreshes menus, asks students to taste test new offerings.
A principal provided his staff with a "confidential" list of students who preferred pronouns and names different than in school records. But the district says the 2021 email contradicts its policies.
Senators gave preliminary OK Thursday to a measure directing the Education Department, headed by Republican Tom Horne, to list books to ban in public schools.
Arizona Gov. Katie Hobbs said the proposed ban is based on "fearmongering and unfounded accusations" and that it's time to work on "real education issues" like underfunded schools.
Plus, other Tucson-area education news in brief, including Mission View Elementary's 100th anniversary this week.
Review meetings and accessibility resources, including tactile drawing boards and Braille transcriptions, helped this Tucson native succeed in a highly visual course.
Tucson Unified School District students are almost back to pre-pandemic English proficiency but will need “another year or two” to bounce back on math learning progress, administrators told the district board.
You’ve probably seen the headlines: “Edibles pose risk to children,” or “Rise in calls to poison control centers for marijuana intoxication in kids.” As more states move to legalize cannabis for adults, the number of products (and problems) falling into the hands of children seem to be multiplying.
Plus other Tucson education news in brief, including the 2023 Pima County Spelling Bee winners.
The measure is illegal, according to a Democratic opponent, and the Legislature is likely courting a lawsuit.
Plus, other Tucson-area education news in brief.
Among those UA scholars, Carmen King Ramírez created the Transborder Student Project, an academic partnership between students and professors living near the U.S.-Mexico border.
University of Arizona Museum of Art shines the spotlight on art from Tucson and Pima County high school students.
One day a week, each teacher at Emily Meschter Early Learning Center takes their lessons outdoors, where students are encouraged to engage with nature.
There remains "no proof any sensitive data about students or teachers has been leaked" due to a Jan. 30 cyberattack on Tucson Unified School District, an official said Thursday.
A deadly crash and nitric acid spill on Interstate 10 on Tuesday will impact traffic Wednesday morning and is forcing nearby Vail Schools to adjust its morning schedule and close schools.
The district's emergency alert system now includes panic button software that can be discreetly activated from computers, a safety app for smartphones, and physical duress buttons for desks.
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A seat is now open on the Sahuarita School District governing board, and other K-12 education news from around Tucson.
Team Awareness Combating Overdoses’s philosophy focuses on the prevention of opioid overdose deaths through data-based education, overdose-response training and drug testing.
As Tucson's Amphitheater School District expands its preschool offerings, high school students get a glimpse at a potential career path in early childhood education.
Nearly two weeks after a cybersecurity attack, Tucson's largest school district says it has implemented additional network security enhancements.
The Arizona Senate on Wednesday approved lifting the constitutional spending cap on public schools for the current school year.
Gregory School students in grades fifth through 12 get to delve into a wide range of interests through its weekly Friday Explorations.
The Arizona Senate now needs to approve the same language before the March 1 deadline or public schools in the state will face massive spending cuts.