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What Classroom Supplies Teachers Buy & What They’d Like

What classroom supplies teachers buy & what they’d like


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  • Lisa Irish/ Arizona Education News Service
  • July 30, 2019

Sixth in a series on teachers: While the 20% by 2020 plan has increased salaries for many Arizona teachers, most teachers still spend more than $500 a year out of their own pocket for classroom supplies, learning materials and snacks…

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Students Learn At Coronado Elementary’s Mandarin STEAM Camp
  • July 30, 2019

Students had the opportunity to improve their Mandarin speaking and writing skills while learning about STEAM and the arts this summer at Coronado Elementary School's Mandarin STEAM Camp. The program is in it's fourth year at the Higley Unified School…

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School’s Not Out For Teachers Leading Student Activities

School’s not out for teachers leading student activities


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  • Lisa Irish/ Arizona Education News Service
  • July 23, 2019

Fifth in a series on teachers: For many teachers, school is not out for summer, because they’re busy leading student activities and enrichment camps. At Kino Junior High School’s Aerospace Academy, Nancy Parra-Quinlan led a class of 24 students in…

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Chandler Unified’s Destination College Summer Program
  • July 20, 2019

Chandler Unified School District offers its Destination College summer program to incoming sixth graders at six of its Title I schools to expose them to the college environment at Chandler Gilbert Community College. The program is a collaborative effort between…

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Avondale Elementary’s Summer Band Academy
  • July 19, 2019

Avondale Elementary School District hosted a three-week Avondale Summer Band Academy at Desert Thunder School in Goodyear that included opportunities for beginning band students and advanced musicians throughout the school district. "This is our second year of actually doing it,"…

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How Yoga Helps Students Relax, Focus, Deal With Stress

How yoga helps students relax, focus, deal with stress


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  • Lisa Irish/ Arizona Education News Service
  • July 17, 2019

Fourth in a series on teachers: The day before Sun Valley High School summer school students’ research papers were due, Moonstone Yoga’s Jennifer Shifler led them and their teacher through breathing and yoga exercises to help them reduce stress and…

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Kino Junior High School’s Aerospace Academy
  • July 15, 2019

For many teachers, school is not out for summer, because they’re busy leading student learning activities and enrichment camps. At Kino Junior High School’s Aerospace Academy, Nancy Parra-Quinlan led a class of 24 students in a lab activity to see…

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Teacher Training: Ways To Help Students

Teacher training: Ways to help students


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  • Lisa Irish/ Arizona Education News Service
  • July 3, 2019

Third in a series on teachers:  While students enjoy summer break, teacher training is providing Arizona educators with ways to help students when classes resume. Chandler High School biology teacher Katie Nash was one of hundreds of teachers taking professional…

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Teacher Tina Chu: What She’s Doing This Summer & How More Funding Would Help
  • June 26, 2019

Tina Chu, a second grade teacher at Chandler Traditional Academy's Independence campus, talks about the phonics and equity training she's taking part in this summer, and how she thinks that better education funding will help recruit more teachers for Arizona…

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Small Changes Can Create A Safer, More Inclusive, Trauma Sensitive School

Small changes can create a safer, more inclusive, trauma sensitive school


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  • Lisa Irish/ Arizona Education News Service
  • June 19, 2019

First in a series on teachers: Sometimes student behaviors occur without warning, so developing ways to help students deal with stresses and providing teachers and school staff with trauma sensitive training so they can help are critically important. “A lot…

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AZEdNews Podcast: What Teachers, Education Supporters Said At The #RedForEd Rallies
  • May 2, 2018

Teachers across Arizona walked-out of their classrooms late last week to protest low pay and ask the legislature to bring per-pupil funding up to 2008 levels before the recession. Now they are at the Capitol as Legislators work on the…

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