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School T-shirt contest inspires school pride at Valley View

Every morning, when Valley View Elementary School Principal Gabriel Ortiz looks out at the playground, it’s filled with students enjoying the last few minutes before class starts. But not last Tuesday. The playground was empty, so Ortiz went searching. He…

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Police chief passionate about youth programs

Police Chief Roy Minter admits he is passionate about the youth programs that are part of his department. “We don’t just connect with our youth, but we keep them safe,” he said. “Read – we’re losing our youth.”

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Judge to state: Pay up $317 million to schools

Arizona's next governor and state Legislature may have a financial mess on their hands when they take office in January because those before them didn't adequately fund public education. Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Katherine Cooper has issued a judgment…

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Frank Lloyd Wright School faces accreditation loss

The Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture, started 82 years ago by a man who changed American architecture, could lose its ability to produce future architects. The Higher Learning Commission, a Chicago-based non-profit that accredits universities and colleges, told the…

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West Valley students begin year with new technology

Tonopah Valley High School students recently transitioned to doing all their school work paperless, using new Chromebooks. “Whatever jobs they do in the 21st century will involve the digital world, so if we don’t put digital technology in the hands…

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