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Weekly Podcast: AZ Students In National App Contest, Program Boosts Attendance, Leaders Bring Education To Other Countries
  • February 1, 2017

AZEdNews’ David Marino Jr. reviews this week’s top news stories. Hear about what students at Greenfield Junior High School in Gilbert did to win best in state for the Verizon Innovative App Challenge. Studies show when students miss school a…

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Weekly Podcast: Students Advancing To County Spelling Bee, Using Climate To Attract Teachers To AZ
  • January 25, 2017

AZEdNews’ David Marino Jr. reviews this week’s top news stories. Hear about how one Maryland mother got legislators to address special education spending and effectiveness. Learn about how Education Services Inc. is using Arizona's climate to help attract teachers from…

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Weekly Podcast: Budget Constraints Jeopardize School Resource Officer, Hearing Turns Into Education Funding Debate
  • January 18, 2017

AZEdNews’ David Marino Jr. reviews this week’s top news stories. Hear about why a longtime school resource officer program at Prescott High School may be in jeopardy for the 2017-18 school year due to budget constraints for both the Prescott…

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Weekly Podcast: Teen’s Invention Competes In Contest, AZ’s Teacher Shortage And School Bus Seat Belts
  • January 11, 2017

AZEdNews’ David Marino Jr. reviews this week’s top news stories. Learn more about an Arizona teen whose invention that uses algae to remove lead from water is part of the Regeneron talent search. Hear about what Arizona school districts are…

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Azcentral Video: Gov. Doug Ducey’s State Of The State Address Courtesy Of Arizona Capitol Television
  • January 9, 2017

Azcentral Video: Gov. Doug Ducey's State of the State address courtesy of Arizona Capitol Television

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Video: Budget Forecast And Legislators’ Priorities
  • December 8, 2016

Increasing teacher salaries and repairing aging classrooms and school buildings for safety and to meet 21st century needs will be among the biggest needs discussed by legislators and education advocates at the Arizona Capitol when the new session begins in…

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Weekly Podcast: Graduation Rates In Low-income Areas, Mountain Ridge Band Represents AZ At Pearl Harbor Events
  • November 30, 2016

AZEdNews’ David Marino Jr. reviews this week’s top news stories. Learn more about how the average high school graduation rates in lower-income communities compare to those in higher-income areas. Hear about how a Arizona's  Mountain Ridge High School marching band…

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Weekly Podcast: Teen On School Board, Updated Ed Plan And AZ Schools Honored
  • November 15, 2016

AZEdNews’ David Marino Jr. reviews this week’s top news stories. Learn more about a newly elected school board member who might be younger than the students he's representing. Hear about how Arizona education leaders have updated their ESSA plan that…

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Video: State Of Latino Arizona 2016
  • November 9, 2016

Video by Lisa Irish/AZEdNews: State of Latino Arizona 2016

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Weekly Podcast: Teacher Returns To Class, Students Predict Election Results
  • November 8, 2016

AZEdNews’ David Marino Jr. reviews this week’s top news. Learn more about a Buckeye teacher, whose passion for education brought her back to the classroom after she experienced serious health issues. Hear about what happens when troubled kids spend time…

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Weekly Podcast: Kingman Volunteers, Arizona’s Kid Science Advisor And More
  • November 1, 2016

AZEdNews' David Marino Jr. reviews this week's top news. Learn more about how Kingman Unified School District uses volunteers to help ease the teacher shortage. Hear what President Obama's kid science adviser from Arizona, Goodyear middle school student Sage Forman…

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Podcast: The Social Media Threat To Schools: Arizona And Beyond
  • October 22, 2016

Every day Americans send their children to the safe learning environment of school, but sometimes threats of violence can disrupt their education.

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How Two AZ School Districts Are Attracting Teachers
  • September 18, 2016

Video by David Marino Jr./AZEdNews: How two AZ school districts are attracting teachers

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Video: Steps To Success 2016 In Tucson And Phoenix
  • August 26, 2016

Why were Tucson Mayor Jonathan Rothschild and Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton knocking on doors this August? To get as many of the 20 percent of Arizona youth who have left high school as they can back in school before classes…

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The Equity Event
  • March 16, 2016

Arizona students shared stories of their pathways to learning and over 200 public education, business, non-profit, civic and government leaders discussed ways to provide all students the support they need to achieve at high levels during The Equity Event held…

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Student Voices Panel At The Equity Event On March 11, 2016
  • March 11, 2016

At a glance, Jacob Chevalier, Krysten Muir, Kiki Perry and Dairany Blanco-Flores appear to have little in common but their age, but they share something deeply personal. With the help of their public schools, these teens each overcame adversities that…

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