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Diné pianist helped judge Grammys

By the time the Grammy Awards hit your TV screen Sunday, all you’ll see is the glitz and glamor. But a lot of hard work goes into deciding who walks away with those golden Gramophones, and a Diné musician is…

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Being the Voice for The Child

Across the nation Americans will be celebrating Black History Month in February. And CASA of Pinal County recognizes the positive difference that our advocates of color have made to children in the foster care system.

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Mesa plans to close Jordan school riles parents

Parents of special ed students who attend the Jordan Center for Early Education are urging the Mesa Public Schools District to reconsider a plan to repurpose it at the end of the school year. In a letter mailed to parents…

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Tucson Values Teachers honors Amphi first grade teacher

Tucson Values Teachers has honored Amphitheater Public Schools’ Danielle Swartz as its January teacher of excellence. Swartz, an educator for seven years, teaches first grade at Amphi’s Innovation Academy, according to a press release. Her classroom projects have been recognized…

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Scottsdale district mathletes score big at competition

Copper Ridge School’s advanced mathletes took top honors Feb. 2 at Chandler-Gilbert Community College’s 19th annual Excellence in Mathematics competition. Eighth-grader Kaitlyn Baughman took fourth place in the individual portion of the competition. Eighth-graders Lars Nordhagen, Pierce Rainwater and Paul…

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