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Mesa High School honors generations at graduation

When Hannah Merkley receives her diploma from Mesa High School next week, her parents and paternal grandparents also will be recognized by school officials on the football field. Hannah's five siblings, four aunts, an uncle and several cousins will stand…

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Cottonwood-Oak Creek pay gets competitive boost

School Board members approved higher salaries for certified and current teachers during their Tuesday meeting, levels superintendent Barbara U'Ren said were determined through a budget committee that worked with business manager David Snyder.

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Community members discuss JTED for Yuma

A group of about 20 stakeholders in the community met recently to learn more about Joint Technical Education Districts and to discuss what the next steps are for forming one in Yuma County.

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Scottsdale district budget cuts

The Scottsdale Unified School District has proposed enough budget cuts to make up the $4.2 million gap it was facing and to produce enough savings to fund changes to the middle-school math program.

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Snapshots Gauge States on Whole-Child Indicators

Educators and policymakers should be mindful of the noncognitive factors that affect a student's learning and of the nonacademic results that can stem from effective policy, an education association said Wednesday. To promote awareness of those inputs and outputs, ASCD, the Alexandria,…

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Tri-City Prep students create, publish mythology book

Arizona - Students at Tri-City College Preparatory School know a thing or two about mythology. That knowledge is evident in their new book, "A to Z Mythology" - an illustrated book of original poetry and art related to mythological creatures…

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‘Buddy Bench’ idea a hit at Lincoln Elementary School

Lincoln Elementary fifth-grader Ellie Fenderson, recently helped inspire her entire school to combat bullying through friendship, caring, and kindness with the integration of a "Buddy Bench." To fulfill a 5th-grade project of writing a play, Ellie researched and discovered a…

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