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1 percent raise OK’d for Kingman educators

After a lengthy discussion about the possibility of giving a 3 percent pay raise to teachers and staff, Kingman Unified School District board members opted to stay within their comfort zone and approved a 1 percent hike instead.

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Massachusetts schools chief to speak Monday

Massachusetts Commissioner of Elementary and Secondary Education Mitchell D. Chester will be the keynote speaker at a Flagstaff community forum on education Monday. The forum hosted by the Flagstaff Commission on Excellence in Education will run from 10:30 a.m. to noon…

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Gilbert school boards strengthen public-records policy

Gilbert Public Schools' board president hinted at a 2013 internal investigation into public-records destruction during a discussion about a new policy to strengthen records management at a school-board meeting Tuesday night (April 8).

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Thunderbird and Laureate alliance officially over

Thunderbird, the Arizona business school, has officially announced the termination of talks with Baltimore-based Laureate Education, the for-profit company with which the business school had hoped to form an alliance. The proposed alliance was rejected by the US Higher Learning Commission (HLC),…

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It’s the Week of the Young Child April 6 through 12

Parents as Teachers, an organization dedicated to helping children 5 years of age or younger prepare for school and stay mentally, physically and emotionally healthy, celebrated the Week of the Young Child this past Monday in Eloy by kicking off…

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