The Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation will be getting $5.5 million to get more than 100 students through an accelerated program in just one year.
Arizona schools are facing this spending cap now. In fact, if lawmakers don’t act by March 1, schools won’t be able to spend the money lawmakers have allocated to them — something even Arizona's new, conservative Superintendent Tom Horne warned…
The Arizona Department of Health Services has granted Arizona State University $5.5 million to get more nurses into the workforce.
Inflation has declined slightly, but a trip to the store is still costing you more. A local organization is working to make a difference for some of the youngest members of our community. Junior Achievement of Arizona teaches kids about…
The Senate Education Committee is advancing a bill that would change the punishment for students who skip school.
It's an unfortunate problem that every student and teacher faces. Now, one Valley school is stepping up efforts to protect them. Within the past two weeks, officials with Mountain Pointe High School near 44th Street and Ray Road in Ahwatukee have…
Last year, GOP lawmakers made sure COVID-19 vaccines are no longer required for students to attend school. A new bill this year would ban schools from requiring students to be immunized with any future “emergency use” vaccines.
Public schools in Arizona are once again at risk of massive budget cuts and layoffs unless lawmakers vote to lift a constitutional spending cap that has been in place for decades. If lawmakers fail to raise the cap, public school…
Northern Arizona University students research asteroids
'Reimagining for the children:' Tooh Haltsooi Community Center opens
On Monday, Jan. 23, Payson High School’s marketing class went to compete at ASU for DECA and walked away with several first place finishes.
Payson Schools are still two bus drivers short, despite having reshuffled routes that cut off bus service for most kids living in town limits.
The guard changed at the Payson School Board this week.
A small bus carrying the Holbrook wrestling team struck and damaged solar panels in Payson High School’s Wilson Dome parking lot on Friday, Jan. 27.
Gullies and ruts on a fall line.
School choice, parent involvement, politics in the classroom - in Part II of ABC15's interview with Arizona Education Association President Marisol Garcia, we talked about those topics and more.