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University of Arizona math prof wins White House award

An associate professor at the University of Arizona has been recognized by the White House as one of the nation’s most promising math geeks. David Savitt, an expert in number theory, recently was honored with the Presidential Early Career Award for…

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Paradise Valley schools chief touts global education focus

Last summer, Paradise Valley Unified School District Superintendent Jim Lee traveled to China for the first time, touring schools in Beijing, speaking with administrators and observing the educational culture he had heard so much about through his career.

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Outstanding Educator of the Year Awards

Palo Verde Unified School District Outstanding Educator of the Year 2014 nominees were presented to the Board of Trustees Jan. 14. This year's nominees are: pictured, left to right: Lois Shaffer-District office, previously at Ruth Brown Elementary, certificated administrator; Ann Lisa-Palo…

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Decision looms on 4-day school week

Teachers are for it. Students like the idea. Not all parents have been surveyed. That is the current status of a four-day school week at Camp Verde Unified School District.

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Program helps parents see their roles as sacred

As a parent, your children are the most important beings in your life. But sometimes parents get lost along the way and need a little reminding that their role as a father or mother is sacred. So as a way to…

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Payson seeks new superintendent

The Payson Unified School District voted unanimously this week to pay $3,000 to the Arizona School Board Association to find a permanent superintendent.

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