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Winslow students ramp up math skills

Incoming ninth Grade Winslow High School students attending the Summer Bridge Program are applying their math skills to analyze the skate park ramps at the new skate park located across the street from the high school.

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Arizona Developers Present Games for Education Hackathon

Local developers demonstrated the educational potential of games May 16 at a Game CoLab Education Hackathon pitch event. The hackathon began April 22 and asked participants to create an educational game over the course of about three weeks and then…

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Sierra Vista Unified budget outlook promising

While other area school districts face authorizing major possible tax hikes this year, Sierra Vista’s will be minimal, thanks largely to a history of dealing with delayed state payments proactively to avoid issuing lines of credit. Michelle Quiroz, Sierra Vista…

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Volunteers: inspirations in Prescott classrooms

Schools are remarkable places were students obtain the academic, social and emotional learning that helps form their futures. Volunteers are important role models for these young people as they provide a variety of services in schools.

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Undocumented ASU law grad wins human-rights award

As President Barack Obama shifts law-enforcement resources to the border to curb illegal immigration, especially children, an Arizona human-rights advocate heads to Denver to accept a National Education Association award for his work helping undocumented youths receive access to higher…

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