Media - AZEdNews
Sections    Monday September 23rd, 2019
Twitter Profile Facebook Profile LinkedIn Profile RSS Profile
| SUBSCRIBE
Use our Stories

Arizona Education News Service original articles, images and graphics are available to media outlets that have agreed to terms of use set forth by the Arizona Education News Service. Articles submitted to AZEdNews.com as Stories by You are also available for use. For more information, contact Tracey Benson at 602.254.1100 or tbenson@azsba.org.

Media

Show All
AZEDNEWS Original Content
Submitted Story
Infographics
Videos
Betsy DeVos: Trump 'could talk about education more' DSC8127-400x225
September 23, 2019

Asante Preparatory Academy Dedication Ceremony

Betsy DeVos: Trump 'could talk about education more' Cesar-Chavez-Day-Parade-at-Cesar-Chavez-Leadership-Academy-400x225
September 20, 2019

24 Ideas for Hispanic Heritage Month

Betsy DeVos: Trump 'could talk about education more' What-do-to-during-cyberattack-Brad-Sandt-HP-400x225
September 19, 2019

What schools should do if they’re the victim of cyberattacks

Betsy DeVos: Trump 'could talk about education more' Avondale-Summer-Band-Academy-3-400x225
September 19, 2019

Severe teacher shortage in Arizona continues

Betsy DeVos: Trump 'could talk about education more' Glendale-1-to-1-teacher-and-group-of-students-HP-400x225
September 18, 2019

Why schools are ransomware targets

Betsy DeVos: Trump 'could talk about education more' 20190911_151959-400x225
September 18, 2019

Verizon Innovative Learning gives Phoenix schools free tech for students

Load More
AZEdNews podcast
Betsy DeVos: Trump 'could talk about education more' podcasts
This podcast, voiced by Education Reporter Lisa Irish, features guests with visions, perspectives, and stories relevant to K-12 education in Arizona. Choose your platform and listen anywhere!
SHARE YOUR PHOTOS & STORIES
Betsy DeVos: Trump 'could talk about education more' share-photos-stories

We want to tell your stories that reflect what’s going on in your schools across Arizona. Stories are powerful. Good stories about what's happening on the ground help keep people informed and raise awareness about public education initiatives and issues across the state.