The University of Notre Dame’s Alliance for Catholic Education visited three schools in Tucson this week as part of a 50-city bus tour across the country. The tour is meant to recognize the achievements of Catholic schools and their advocates, says…
Surprise teacher Beth Maloney will accept her Arizona's teacher of the year award in Washington, D.C., on Thursday, May 1.
They might not change the world, but Pat Tillman Foundation Military Scholars have the ability to change lives — and with the spirit the scholarships' namesake might have done it, Tillman's foundation believes. Similarly, the Tempe-based Pat Tillman Foundation is changing…
Grand Canyon Education, Inc. (NASDAQ: LOPE), a regionally accredited provider of postsecondary education services focused on offering graduate and undergraduate degree programs in its core disciplines of education, healthcare, business and liberal arts, today announced financial results for the quarter…
While Benson Unified School District enjoys its status as the state’s top academically performing district, its high school is adding more bragging rights to the collection of accolades. High School Principal Ben Rodriguez has been selected as the 2014 National Association…
The education/life lines are blurred for traveler and student Johnny Stanzione. For the 9-year-old, "everything is school," as he makes his way across the country with his parents Charlie Stanzione and Julie Frieder for the "Going with the Flow Tour."
The third annual Cobre Valley Institute of Technology (CVIT) Day at Gila Community College (GCC) turned out to be a huge success.
Charles Young told the assembled crowd that, “unfortunately, the history is not told” about the Buffalo Soldiers’ impact on the growth of the West.
A Chino Valley teacher was Teacher of the Year in her category and was one of five Overall Teacher of the Year runners-up, while three additional Chino Valley teachers won Teacher of the Year finalist awards
The 37-member Chino Valley High School competition band competed in the Anaheim Music Festival.
With the new Common Core education standards now in effect, Williams teachers will have a new resource at their disposal starting in the fall to help them effectively implement the standards.
For some kids, getting their hands dirty isn't that common these days, particularly when it comes to learning how things grow.
FUSD is mulling a ‘stepless’ pay increase that will be more flexible and finally hike starting salaries.
Thanks in large part to Arizona Public Service and Strategic Solar Energy, anyone on the Arizona State University campus can now enjoy Mother Nature, regardless of the temperature outside
Pima Community College’s newest building has three floors, a legion of laboratory skeletons and a $12.5 million price tag.