A coalition of 40 groups is teaming up to teach people about Arizona's new version of Common Core education standards -- which are meant to replace the AIMS test.
Alone, they are scattering of yellow, blue and green cords in a grey case. But when eighth-grader Robert Rubio gets ahold of them at this community arts center, he can create light.
Students, teachers and chaperones – 3,000 strong – packed Old Tucson Studios on Jan. 30 for a free admission day filled with stunts, vendors, and a hot dog lunch.
Tolleson Union High School’s Special Olympics team, which is part of the Life Skills Level 2 class, was recognized for its success at a recent Governing Board meeting.
Millennium High School had its first scholarship marathon to help students apply for college money at the school’s library last week.
Katelyn King, a sophomore at Centennial High School of Peoria has been nominated to attend the Congress of Future Medical Leaders Feb. 14 to 16 in Washington, D.C.
Marana High School teacher, John Sugameli, has been named a finalists for the Arizona Department of Intercollegiate Athletics and the Circle K Corporation "Outstanding High School Faculty Awards Program," which honors outstanding high school teachers in Southern Arizona.
Two students from Arizona Western College were recently announced as finalists to represent Yuma and La Paz on the All-Arizona Academic Team.
Arizona ranks 41st in the nation for overall financial security of its residents, according to a scorecard released by the Washington-based Corporation for Enterprise Development. Cynthia Zwick, director of the Arizona Community Action Association, calls the results disappointing but surprising.
A total of 26 students at Campo Verde High School have entered the school’s charter chapter of the Tri-M Music Honor Society. The program recognizes students who meet strict music, academic, leadership and character criteria established by the National Association for…
UA students are getting the opportunity to share their knowledge with the high school community. Wildcat Writers is a college outreach and access program that works to facilitate partnerships between high school teachers and UA professors. The program aims to create a…
New industries are looking toward Arizona as a future technology hub of the country and they want a workforce that is prepared to meet their demands. Educational programs across the state are working to convince modern industries that we are ready.…
On Wednesday, ERAU officials in Prescott inducted the fledgling college, the first of its kind in the nation, with speeches and an Air Force and Army ROTC presentation of colors.
State school superintendent John Huppenthal connected with the National School Choice Week whistle-stop tour in Tucson on Wednesday to promote increased education options for Arizona families.
Jesus Clark can’t recall how many times he was punished for pushing other kids in hallways, talking at the wrong time in class or showing up late at his junior-high school last year. He fell behind academically because he was…
A new business-led campaign that aims to provide all children with access to a grade-A-level school has been launched across the state.