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Volunteers: inspirations in Prescott classrooms

Schools are remarkable places were students obtain the academic, social and emotional learning that helps form their futures. Volunteers are important role models for these young people as they provide a variety of services in schools.

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Undocumented ASU law grad wins human-rights award

As President Barack Obama shifts law-enforcement resources to the border to curb illegal immigration, especially children, an Arizona human-rights advocate heads to Denver to accept a National Education Association award for his work helping undocumented youths receive access to higher…

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Resident finds right career fit at school for autistic kids

Throughout her life, Ahwatukee resident Robin Rollando knew she wanted a career that would be impactful to the people she came across. She believes she’s found the perfect career path as the chief operating officer for Pieceful Solutions in Chandler,…

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ASU’s journalism school picks up Arizona PBS

he Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University will soon be operating Arizona PBS. Beginning July 1, Channel 8 (KAET) will serve as a "teaching hospital" for professional learning within the school, further integrating student…

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Ironwood graduate earns $10,000 scholarship

Jacob Osmundson, an Ironwood High School graduate, is the recipient of Desert Schools Federal Credit Union’s $10,000 high school Desert Schools Community Service Scholarship. In all, eight high school seniors and four college freshmen were awarded scholarships totaling $42,500 for…

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