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Some Diné College faculty want college prez disciplined

Some faculty members at Diné College are circulating a petition asking the Board of Regents and the Navajo Nation Health, Education and Human Services Committee to discipline college president Maggie George for allegedly ignoring faculty grievances, allowing her husband to…

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Roberts: Diane Douglas is fighting, but not for kids

Arizona's charter schools have been stripped of cash, making them feel, I imagine, a lot like the rest of Arizona's public schools. Broke, that is. So naturally, state Superintendent Diane Douglas is seizing the reins, taking a stand and fighting…

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NAU speakers: Your success is Arizona’s success

It’s that time of year again when students wipe tears from watery eyes, exchange final goodbyes, and throw their graduation caps into the air. It’s graduation season, which also means commencement speeches. Three of Northern Arizona University’s prominent individuals on…

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Record number of Phoenix students earn two diplomas

record 38 Valley students received their associate degrees before graduating from high school through Rio Salado's dual-enrollment program. Many of the students participated in Rio Salado's commencement ceremony on May 5. The students come from 10 different high schools, including…

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Teacher fired, money gone after canceled senior trip

A long-awaited high school graduation trip has been canceled and a teacher has been fired because of it. Ninety students at the Arizona Agribusiness and Equine Center were supposed to be taking a trip to Six Flags Magic Mountain in…

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Safe Sports at Prescott High School

From left, Prescott High School Assistant Principal Joe Peters; Daniel Hernandez, 17; Presley Hauptman,17; Hannah Madsen, 17; Tyler Bell, 17; Louis Cruz, 17; Grace Hendricks, 15; Miquelle Pierce, 15; and PHS Athletic Trainer Brenda Lestock gather together with the First…

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JTED drafting, design students earn math credit

In 2014, Arizona Department of Education (ADE) approved nine Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs for embedded academic credit in science, math, and economics. Students are required to have four years of math, three years of science, and half a…

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