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Gov. Doug Ducey calls business, education leaders to summit

Gov. Doug Ducey is calling economic development, business, education and political leaders from across the state to Glendale for a summit. Thursday’s event at the University of Phoenix Stadium will include a series of political and education speakers and Ducey…

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Kofa gets statewide ACT award

Kofa High School was recently recognized with a statewide award for their student ACT data, which also qualified them to be considered for an upcoming national honor.

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Santa Rosa Elementary sees growth in math, reading

With one of the smaller student populations in Maricopa, Santa Rosa Elementary is able to find success despite constant changes to enrollment. Santa Rosa administrators presented their yearly information to the Maricopa Unified School District Governing Board during its meeting…

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Shaw Elementary parents, teachers fight potential closure

The Phoenix Elementary School District #1 Board meeting was packed Wednesday night. Phoenix police officers were even on hand just to make sure it was all orderly. Citing ongoing budget problems, the governing board at Phoenix Elementary District #1 is…

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CAVIT massage instructor up for national teaching award

Central Arizona Valley Institute of Technology massage teacher Ben Barth has found a way to prepare his students for the future while giving them options along the way. Barth won the Association for Career and Technical Education Region 5 New…

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Report: AIMS gives false picture of college readiness

Just because students passed the AIMS test last year does not necessarily mean they are on track for college or other post-high school education, a national report released Thursday morning says. The report, by the education advocacy group Achieve, states…

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Consumer agency opens review of student loan services

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau opened a public inquiry Thursday into student loan servicing practices that it says can make paying back loans "stressful or harmful." Private and federal student loan debt totals more than $1.2 trillion. Eight million student…

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12 Valley students earn $115,000 Flinn Scholarships

Twelve Valley high school students who showcase the state’s rich diversity, community service and intellect have won four-year Flinn Scholarships, each valued at $115,000. The merit-based awards are among the state’s most prestigious and highly competitive, with 760 Arizona students…

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