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ASU senior earns Rhodes Scholarship

It sure seems Nathaniel Ross ended up with the better deal when he lost a Primary Election bid for Mesa City Council. The Arizona State University senior recently was awarded a prestigious Rhodes Scholar with a full-ride scholarship to one…

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Kyrene faces 66% cut in spending power

Kyrene School District stands to lose 66% of its spending power in the last three months of the current school year if the state Legislature doesn’t waive the Aggregate Expenditure Limit by April 1. Chief Financial Officer Chriss Hermmann told…

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More microschools popping up across the Valley

Families are turning to new educational opportunities for their students post-pandemic. The number of microschools is on the rise.  In an office suite in Glendale, students in Tajiri Freedom’s class aren’t just learning the usual classes like English language arts,…

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Federal student loan forgiveness: What you need to know

The fate of federal student loan forgiveness remains in legal limbo.  After the 8th Circuit Court of Appeals issued an injunction blocking the Biden Administration’s plan to cancel $10,000 worth of student debt for “low-to-middle-income borrowers,” the White House requested…

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NAU remembers long-time faculty member after tragic death

"A good person, a good scientist, a good researcher," says James "Jim" Allen, Interim Dean for the College of the Environment, Forestry and Natural Sciences at Northern Arizona University.  Yeon-Su Kim has been making her mark on NAU since 1998.…

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