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The Adults Who Treat Reading Like Homework

When Stevie Peters was a kid, she used to read books for pizza. She remembers participating in Pizza Hut’s reading program, which still exists today, as her first experience with reading challenges. “When I was a kid, I read all the…

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6 ways to keep kids busy this summer

Parents often wonder how they can help their children stay occupied during the summer. Reading programs are standard for the summer, but there are kids’ classes, local entertainment facilities and ballpark events that parents may not know about. Here are…

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UA Tech Park welcomes research parks association

The Association of University Research Parks recently settled into its new headquarters: University of Arizona’s Tech Park. The AURP is a network of technical and research parks linked to universities around the world. Its mission is to foster innovation and…

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New software to aid study of local school performance

Newly developed interactive software may be putting Arizona at the forefront of modernized decision-making for K-12 education. The technology could have a positive impact on the state’s graduation and college-entry rates. Arizona State University and the Helios Education Foundation last…

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Tucson nonprofit works to help Senegal street children

Ten years ago, a rodent changed the course of the future for Elhadj Ndoye and impoverished children living in Mbour, Senegal, Ten years ago, a rodent changed the course of the future for Elhadj Ndoye and impoverished children living in…

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Three percent pay raise approved for Hopi teachers

The Hopi Jr/Sr High School Governing Board voted to approve a three percent pay raise for teachers during a recent school board meeting. The vote followed a 90-minute debate on whether to give the teachers the three percent raise or…

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18 Verrado students will compete at National SkillsUSA conference

errado High School’s SkillsUSA club is sending 18 students to the National Leadership and Skills Conference this June. The students will represent Arizona, competing in their respective categories. The SkillsUSA competition revolves around career and technical education (CTE) programs offered…

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