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Kyrene Elementary School District hopes to launch onto the popularity of traditional schools when it opens a traditional academy next school year.
Sixth-graders at Chandler’s Andersen Elementary School may attend school at the adjacent Andersen Junior High School next year.
Demand is so high for the Knox Gifted Academy in Chandler that the district is recommending converting the entire campus to that program once this year's kindergartners complete sixth grade.
School district administrators in the East Valley are blaming a contradiction in education laws for a high number of schools failing to make “adequate yearly progress” under the federal No Child Left Behind requirement.
Upset parents, confused children and signs that read “Save our school” have become a familiar sight in the East Valley in the last few years.
FALL BREAK: The Gilbert, Higley and Coolidge unified school districts, Tempe Union High School District and Tempe Elementary School District will be on fall break today through Friday.
Gilbert Junior High School would be closed as a neighborhood school and Gilbert Classical Academy would move there under a plan outlined in a parent letter sent home this week.
Many parents were unhappy Tuesday night as they learned more about their school district’s proposal to close Gilbert Junior High as a neighborhood school and move Gilbert Classical Academy into its space.
For the first time, the East Valley's public schools have been graded just like their students.
Two years ago, the Tempe Elementary School District governing board voted to close three schools.
A handful of Mesa Unified School District campuses could be converted next school year — one to house special needs programs and one to test creative education methods — under a plan proposed this week.
Jordan Elementary School will close as a neighborhood campus at the end of the school year and become home to an early childhood education program, the Mesa Unified School District governing board decided Tuesday night.
More than half of Arizona’s best public schools can be found in the East Valley, according to data released Wednesday by the state Department of Education.
The Arizona Department of Environmental Quality announced the winners of nine $1,000 scholarships from the Recycling Scholarship Program.
Tempe Elementary School district's governing board wants to keep educational programs in three campuses that were closed as neighborhood schools last spring.
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