he Assistance League of Phoenix is ready to roll out Operation School Bell. The program has been providing K-8th grade students, living in poverty, with brand new school clothing, shoes, and other essentials for 35 years. Operation School Bell is…
Today, the Arizona Educational Foundation (AEF) named the 10 candidates under consideration for the 2022 Arizona Teacher of the year.
A new survey shows how the COVID-19 pandemic affected Arizona teens both academically and emotionally. The nonprofit Junior Achievement of Arizona surveyed more than 1,000 students ages 13 to 17.
Arizona’s schools chief on Wednesday said a school that has a COVID-19 outbreak may have to send kids home to learn remotely again. “That is the direction that is very possible and that is exactly what we want to avoid,”…
A new Arizona law prohibits public schools from enacting face mask mandates, but a Phoenix attorney said there could be ways to circumvent the ban.
As schools begin to open for the fall semester, the state’s top education official is frustrated by Gov. Doug Ducey’s refusal to impose a mask mandate – defying new guidance from the CDC to wear masks indoors and in public,…
Community colleges throughout Maricopa County have joined a brand-new pilot program dedicated to boosting education outcomes for students of color and those from low-income backgrounds.
To inspire students to consider skilled craftsperson careers, Western Maricopa Education Center — a public career technical education district — is partnering with Build Your Future
Central Arizona College housing and residence life are welcoming students home for the fall 2021 and spring 2022 semesters by offering housing-relief funding support.
Dan Friedman first heard chatter about an artificial turf field at his school nearly two decades ago, when he coached Goldwater High School in north Phoenix.
The Comite de Bien Estar and Yuma County Public Health District will offer vaccinations for children and teens who are returning to classroom, as well as COVID-19 shots for all eligible people at an immunization clinic slated for Aug. 5.
The tax levy collected from property owners in a couple of districts in eastern Yuma County has been adjusted to make up cash deficits.
Mohave Community College students, staff and faculty happily helped children in the 2021 BHHS Legacy Foundation Tri-State Backpack Buddies event recently in Mohave Valley.
Oro Valley police arrested the high school teacher, who went on to teach in Aurora, Colorado.
The installation of a new synthetic turf replacement at Armando de Lucas Stadium has hit a snag. A work crew of three from Hellas Construction of Texas spent last week cutting up the old turf and arranging it into large…
Yuma County’s libraries are again hosting in-person programs as the last step in bringing back full services suspended during the COVID-19 pandemic.