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School Breakfast Report ranks Arizona 27th

Arizona is doing slightly better when it comes to getting a nutritious breakfast into the mouths of low-income students, according to the School Breakfast Scorecard released by the Food Research and Action Center. The state is ranked 27th, two spots…

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Tucson Waldorf School offers preview of curriculum

The Tucson Waldorf School is opening its doors to give the public a look at its arts-based curriculum. The admissions preview for grades first through eighth will be held Sunday from noon to 1 p.m. at the Waldorf River Bend campus, 3605 E.…

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Game & Fish goes to school in Duncan

What do Great Horned Owls, Gopher Snakes, and Desert Tortoises have in common?  They all have special adaptations that help them survive in the wild lands of Arizona.  That was the message brought to Duncan Elementary 4th grade students recently…

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Flagstaff Unified: Pay-for-performance test fails

Flagstaff Unified School District officials don’t see Gov. Jan Brewer’s plan to reward schools based on student achievement and improvement as addressing the main issue in Arizona public education: severe underfunding. In her FY 2015 budget, Brewer asked the Legislature to…

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AP Academy sets bar high for Bradshaw students

Humboldt Unified School District currently offers the most Advanced Placement classes in Yavapai County, and will bump that number from 11 to 15 over the next three years as it begins an AP Academy program at Bradshaw Mountain High School. AP…

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Mock crash offers grim look

Authorities are blaming both drunk and distracted driving for a two-car crash that resulted in one fatality and multiple injuries at St. David School Friday, in a mock event that aims to teach students about the life-altering impacts of bad…

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Using science to spur magical moments of learning

It’s not magic, it’s science. That’s what students at Col. Smith Middle School learned Tuesday when they participated in a number of experiments, hosted by DaNel Hogan from the Pima County School Superintendent Office.

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