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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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10 Pueblo Indians earn Ph.D.s together at ASU commencement

Soon after the maroon-and-gold balloons rained down, the 10 newly minted Ph.D.s shuffled out of Arizona State University's big graduate-student commencement ceremony on Monday and headed for a more intimate gathering. The cohort, a group of 10 Pueblo Indians, received…

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More Arizona Children in Pre-K, But State Lags Nation

A new report shows more children in Arizona were enrolled in state pre-kindergarten programs last year, but Arizona still lags the national average. The National Institute for Early Education research shows about 7 percent of the state’s 4-year-old children were enrolled in…

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Globe remembers Coach Barefoot

More than 400 people gathered in the Globe High School Gym on Saturday, May 2, to mourn the passing of Billie Barefoot. Barefoot was the Globe High School head wrestling coach and founder of the Gila Monster Wrestling Club.

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Empowering Douglas’ youth

For the fourth year, juniors and seniors at Douglas High School have been handed some of the most valuable resources in the community, during the Youth Empowerment Fair, held May 8 in the DHS gymnasium. Nearly 587 students were reached by several…

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Flagstaff special ed teachers ordered to do more training

 Special education teachers and providers at a Flagstaff school must receive more training by early October or risk a loss in federal funding, Arizona education officials said. A state Department of Education investigation found Flagstaff Unified School District had been…

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Wide disparities remain in access to state pre-K

Disparities in access to early learning opportunities have increased, with some states enrolling nearly all children in their pre-kindergarten programs and others not offering any services, according to a national study on early education released Monday. Florida, Oklahoma, Vermont and…

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