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Two Tucson students participate in research program

Two Tucson students have been selected to participate in summer research internships as part of an essay contest put on by the Southwest Association for Education in Biomedical Research. Kendra Meer of University High School and Christian Smith of Sabino High School were…

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What do teachers fear?

Angry parents? Spitballs? Unruly children?  These aren't the things teachers in Prescott say they fear most. Karen Hughes, a second- grade teacher at Lincoln Elementary School, said she doesn't fear what many might think. She's not afraid of violent students,…

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Arizona withdraws from PARCC testing group

Gov. Jan Brewer has canceled Arizona's membership in a controversial student testing organization, saying she wants to avoid any appearance of favoritism when the state replaces the annual AIMS test next year.

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Health Advocates Lament GOP Move To Relax School Lunch Rules

Lawmakers' proposal gives some school districts a way to temporarily opt out of the new, federal healthy school lunch standards. The waiver provision was put forward by Alabama Republican Robert Aderholt, who says he supports healthy meals for school kids,…

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Elks help Sopori kids eat — and eat well

A healthy food program funded by a $2,000 Elks National Foundation project grant to Green Valley Elks Lodge #2592 supplied six weekends of nutritious food packs to children at Sopori Elementary School in Amado. Exalted Ruler Cheryl Ponzo said every…

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