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Some puzzled why Maricopa Community Colleges has personal info

Millions should have received a letter from Maricopa Community Colleges (MCCCD) informing them of a lapse in security, exposing 2.4 million people to possible identity theft. MCCCD was made aware of the potential exposure of personal information in April 2013 when…

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Lawmaker benefits from tax credits he helped design

Arizona state Sen. Steven Yarbrough is widely popular among advocates of school choice for his support for and sponsorship of laws that benefit the state's tuition tax credit program. But a CBS 5 investigation found Yarbrough's own finances are tied to…

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Yuma board to discuss online college, career readiness tools

Online college and career readiness tools will be highlighted at an upcoming Yuma Union High School District board meeting Wednesday. Ready Now Yuma staff from the district will be sharing what supports students receive from counselors and teachers in terms of…

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Smith picked for Wellton school board spot

A local businessman was recently selected to fill a vacant governing board position in the Wellton Elementary School District. Yuma County Superintendent of Schools Tom Tyree said that while Travis Smith’s application looked great on paper – based on his qualifications,…

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Two Yuma principals finalists in Rodel program

Two principals in Yuma were recently named finalists in the 2014 Exemplary Principal program by the Rodel Foundation of Arizona. Donna Franklin, principal of Ron Watson Middle School, and Laurie Doering, principal of Crane Middle School, made the cut as two…

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Benefits of 21st Century Community Learning displayed at Faras

Faras Elementary celebrated their semester end 21st Century Community Learning Center on Dec. 19. The school is currently in their fifth and last year of the federally funded program. The program supports afterschool community learning centers that operate primarily on school campuses. Services include academic intervention…

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Sexual education causing controversy in Tempe

A sexual education presentation is causing lots of controversy in Tempe and has even sparked threats of a lawsuit. Planned Parenthood will be making their presentation Tuesday in front of officials from  the Tempe Union High School District's Sexual Education…

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