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Maricopa to face more Valley teams in years ahead

After spending the past two seasons seeing its football program and some of its other sports teams make the trek to Tucson for many of its section games, the Arizona Interscholastic Association has decided to cut down on Maricopa High…

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Page Unified board to approve new superintendent

The Page Unified School District governing board was planning on voting to approve a contract for Robert B. Varner Jr. to take over as the district’s new superintendent during a March 24 board meeting, after this edition of the Chronicle…

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Read Across America

Students from the Superior High School, members of the Future Educators of America(FEA) and Family Career Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) traveled to the Superior Head Start to read to the future Panthers on Read Across America Day earlier this…

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Chamber ‘pays it forward’ to Boys & Girls Club

There was a great turnout for the Arizona City Chamber of Commerce monthly luncheon held last week Tuesday at the Country Pride TA Restaurant on Toltec Road. Attendees that day included Supervisor Anthony Smith and his Executive Assistant Marlene Pearce,…

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University of Phoenix has lost half its students

The University of Phoenix probably wishes the students were just cutting class. But many aren't even enrolled anymore. Enrollment at America's largest for-profit university was about 460,000 students five years ago. Now it's 213,000.

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Granville Elementary prepares to adopt AVID next school year

Granville Elementary school is looking forward to adding the many aspects of AVID (Advanced Placement Via Individual Determination) Elementary on campus via adoption in the 2015-16 school year. Granville has already begun to implement the strategies of AVID on campus…

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Expert sheds light on dyslexia

While some of us would never find difficulty in distinguishing words like “art” and “rat” or haven’t had problems tying shoelaces in many years, millions of people worldwide do have to deal with these issues each day. The issues stem…

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University of Arizona adds online undergraduate degrees

he University of Arizona has launched a new online campus that offers 21 undergraduate programs. The school already offers over 40 online graduate school degrees and certificates. Now, it will make online undergraduate degrees available in August 2015.

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Opinion: Common Core offers high standards

Common Core supporter Ildi Laczko-Kerr and opponent Frank Riggs will debate the standards used in Arizona schools on Thursday, March 26, in Peoria. Laczko-Kerr shared her view with The Republic. We measure what we value. For decades, that concept has been at…

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