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Student-Run Startup Companies Compete for Cash

Student-run startup companies will compete for up to $10,000 on Friday at the McGuire New Venture Competition and Showcase held at the University of Arizona. The competing companies are all groups from the McGuire Entrepreneurship Program with the Eller College…

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Schools chief told of need for more education funds in Yuma

State representatives, city and county officials, educators, parents, school board members, students, and other Yuma community members were all in attendance at a recent public meeting held to give residents the opportunity to voice their opinions on K-12 education issues.

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Kofa team wins student auto tech finals

Two students from Kofa High School earned the title of Arizona’s top high school auto technicians after winning the Ford/AAA Student Auto Skills State Finals last week, beating out nine other teams of high school students from all over the…

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Rodel honors data specialist

The Rodel Foundation of Arizona named Marieka Michaud, data improvement specialist at Thompson Ranch Elementary School, as a 2015 Rodel Aspiring Principal.

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Prescott Unified finances in good position

Prescott Unified School District might have the funds to carry into the next fiscal year the 4 percent maximum allowed by law, but district Chief Financial Officer Kevin Dickerson doubts it will happen.

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Friday is College Decision Day – does it matter?

Friday is National College Decision Day, when high-school students across the country must declare which, if any, university they will attend in the fall. It's steeped in tradition. Seniors often come to school wearing gear from the university or community…

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Concerned about Arizona schools? Diane Douglas wants to know

Arizona Superintendent of Public Instruction Diane Douglas' "listening tour" to hear residents' concerns about education arrives in the Valley this week.Douglas, whose criticism of school spending and academic standards have made headlines in the past year, said she wants to…

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