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CAVIT program gains approval

The veterinary assistants program at Central Arizona Valley Institute of Technology is the first Arizona high school program to be approved by the National Association of Veterinary Technicians in America.

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Phoenix schools hold midyear job fairs to attract teachers

Some Phoenix school districts have started hosting job fairs in December to fill immediate teacher vacancies and attract midyear college graduates. The goal: Grab these potential employees early, which has become especially important for low-performing schools that often have to compete…

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$16.5 million sought for Arizona education system

Arizona Department of Education officials say they will need $16.5 million in 2014 as they continue to modernize a piecemeal system of data and coding that officials use to track everything from standardized-test scores to students who receive federally funded…

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County schools superintendent Kelty set to resign

The county Superintendent of Schools has resigned to take a job with a national organization dedicated to all children getting an equal chance for a quality education. Robert Kelty announced his resignation Friday, but he will stay on until a new…

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West Valley youths get perfect test scores

Every year, a lucky few get perfect marks on the SAT or ACT, opening up a number of options for college scholarships. Maybe it isn’t luck, though, as four West Valley students have shown it takes hard work and practice to…

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Green thumbs are catching at Florence High School

Angelica Rudow has an unusual problem. Her ag science classes at Florence High School have gone over so well that she can hardly squeeze in a break for herself. In her first year at FHS, Rudow has helped revive the Future…

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