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United Way offers new tutoring pilot program

As a Wells Fargo executive, Yolanda Stokes is a busy woman. She didn’t always have the time to drive 40 minutes from work to volunteer at J.R. Davis Elementary in south Phoenix. But as a former student in the Roosevelt…

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Gilbert school board debates override election

Gilbert Public Schools elected leaders will hold a study session to discuss whether to again ask voters for additional money, but early indications are that a maintenance-and-operations override lacks the support of a school board majority.

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Scottsdale adopts teacher performance-pay model

The Scottsdale Unified School District has approved a new state-required plan for teachers' performance pay that relies primarily on the district's letter grade. Every year, teachers receive a lump-sum payment from Proposition 301, a voter-approved initiative that funnels state sales-tax…

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Summer meals ended at Mesa parks, apartments

A program to serve free meals to children at Mesa parks and several apartment complexes was too difficult to manage and won't continue this summer break. But Mesa Public Schools will serve more than 200,000 breakfasts and lunches to children…

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Florence Rotary Club names scholarship recipients

Winners of the Florence Rotary Club’s 2014 scholarships are, beginning at left, Alex Bruin, Kaitlin Verhagen, Jordyn Martinez, Jordan Farinsky, Elyanna Juarez, Marco Dukes, Cherie Warren and Shelby Wooley. Each scholarship is for $1,000. The scholars paused for this photo…

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ASU offering ‘pay-what-you-want’ law courses

Arizona State University's law school is offering a "pay what you want" program for all online continuing legal education seminars. Attorneys in Arizona are required to take credits every year to stay up on changes in the law.

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