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Coolidge Unified extends Artisan Village lease

The Coolidge Unified School District voted to approve an amended lease with the Artisan Village that will expand the current five-year lease to nine years — adding four additional years for the group to purchase the building.

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Glendale Elementary provides youth many opportunities

More than 300 third-grade students from 14 schools participated in the Glendale Elementary School District’s Music In Our Schools celebration last week at Landmark. The students sang a number of melodies from Broadway shows. In addition, the Landmark Lobo After…

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Ugandan native revisits homeland, builds a school

Americans often take for granted the education they receive in public schools. Education, period, is plentiful, and if you’re lucky, you could receive a privately funded education at a prestigious elementary and high school, then, lucky you, a full ride…

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Queen Creek Middle School students hear from career professionals

Students at Queen Creek Middle School are preparing for high school, college and their future careers in the AVID program.  AVID stands for "achievement via individual determination."  Eighth-grade students hear from various professionals working in different career fields and look…

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Gov. Doug Ducey will support extending education tax

The governor who has vowed to cut taxes every year he's in office now says he's open to extending a current sales tax that helps fund education — and possibly to increasing it.  Gov. Doug Ducey said he didn't work hard to…

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Teachers risk crossing the line with students

One case began as a technology-based English course, when the teacher leading it started sending a 13-year-old student Instagram messages and texts containing profanity, sexual comments and complaints about other students and colleagues.  Another began with a World of Warcraft…

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