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Free Tuition For Arizona Teachers-in-Training, If They Stay

Arizona’s three public universities will launch a program this fall meant to alleviate a severe teacher shortage in the state.  The universities are admitting 200 education bachelors and masters students to the new Arizona Teacher Academy, which will provide free…

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Car crashes into daycare; no injuries reported

An alleged drunken driver plowed through an empty daycare on Smoketree Avenue early Wednesday morning and ran from the scene, police said. Shortly before 2 a.m. a white pickup truck jumped the curb and broke through the wall at Little…

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TCC and Wireless Zone donate backpacks this weekend

July 23, nearly 1,000 participating TCC and Wireless Zone stores are teaming up to donate 172,000 backpacks full of school supplies to children through TCC’s annual School Rocks Backpack Giveaway. Since 2013, TCC has donated more than 505,000 backpacks filled…

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Finding the return on investment of online programs

Are schools overpaying for the creation and delivery of their online courses and programs? Is the investment worthwhile? If the expense could be brought down through scaling, would that make online education more sustainable? Those are the kinds of questions…

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Back to School Fair is Saturday

Adelina Reyes, 14, of Safford, makes sure she finds just the right pair of jeans at the GCRC/St. Vincent de Paul clothing exchange at last year’s Back to School Resource Fair, hosted by the Graham County Substance Abuse Coalition.

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