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Historic Arizona one-room school may be shutdown

 If a school district has less than eight students, a county superintendent has the option of suspending the district. Apache Elementary has six students this year, and the Cochise County superintendent might close the one-room school. "This is an ideal…

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Reading Program Helps Winslow Students Excel

Reading was a major topic at last week’s meeting of the Winslow School District Governing Board. Elementary school aides Corri Havlicek and Janice Arnold gave a presentation on the outcomes of using the Fast ForWord reading program.

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Arizona Worst in Nation for Higher Education Funding Cuts

Arizona falls behind the rest of the country when it comes to funding higher education, a study released Wednesday reported. The non-partisan think tank Center for Budget and Policy Priorities unveiled the report, saying colleges and universities are financially suffering…

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Arizona Board of Education Relocates Office

Saying the situation for their employees had become intolerable, the Arizona Board of Education this weekend moved their staffers and computers out of the Arizona Department of Education. Board members now are in the Capitol Tower after they packed up…

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Bench helps kids meet new friends

It's a scenario few people would fail to understand: A child sits alone, in open view but still removed from his or her classmates by an almost insurmountable distance. "Everyone feels left out sometimes," Heather Stimple said, standing before a…

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