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Men wearing ties and women in business clothes boarded a Scottsdale school bus Friday to learn about what’s going on in local classrooms.
A Mountain View football player forcibly pulls a girl's head to his crotch — his second offense of a sexual nature — but school officials go to great lengths not to kick him off the team.
SCENE: Dawn, in Scottsdale’s unseen Christopher Verde Unified School District, which could close if the governor signs SB1164. They don’t know it yet, but William Tell and the ’Zona Ranger, two men separated by a common song oddly heard in the distance, are about to learn about Christopher Verde, firsthand.
Less than a quarter of Corona del Sol High School’s students showed up for classes Friday following a series of threats that violence would occur on the Tempe campus.
July 16, 2004
New teachers in Arizona earned less than new teachers anywhere else in the nation except Montana during the 2002-03 school year, according to a national survey released Thursday.
October 25, 2004
With utility budgets not getting any bigger for public school districts, some in the East Valley are aiming to save green by making their campuses and offices more green.
East Valley school districts are starting to cook up free meals for children through the federal Summer Food Service Program.
Education in Arizona has not made much progress in the last year, according to the latest Quality Counts summary. The state received a C-minus in the 2009 report, the same grade it received last year.
A parents committee and the Tempe City Council say yes. Three school boards say no. But ultimately, it will be up to a 13-member state commission to decide whether a measure to merge the Kyrene and two Tempe school districts makes it onto the ballot.
Meetings dispensing information for two areas in the north East Valley that must either join the Cave Creek Unified School District or form their own district have packed rooms in the past.
The Tempe area is losing children. Neighborhoods are aging, as empty nesters choose to stay put in their Tempe homes. Many young families are forced to search for affordable real estate elsewhere.
Business is very good for Mike Matwick.
Business is very good for Mike Matwick.
Seventeen-year-old Katie Abbott knows what defines a good teacher: It’s someone willing to spend extra time with a student to make sure a concept or skill has been learned.
Community members voiced frustration Thursday night about plans to create two unified school districts out of the three Tempe school districts.
Voters in the Apache Junction Unified School District opted not to renew a budget override on Tuesday, which could translate into reduction in staff and teachers.
Members of Dawn Agnew's Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) showed their charitable side over Thanksgiving weekend by volunteering their time to a local charity.
A swell of support for Highland Junior High School’s “A hour” classes swayed the Gilbert Unified School District governing board Thursday night to change its mind and not eliminate the early-morning classes as they approved the 2010-11 junior high and high school course description books.
When class begins in Mesa schools on Aug. 11, teachers will be in their classrooms for the first time in more than two decades working under an employment agreement many of them do not approve of.
Sequoia Charter School is getting some big upgrades as it reaps the benefits of a $28.6 million bond issue that will allow it to buy its facility, make renovations and construct new buildings on its Mesa campus.
July 17, 2004
A new formula for distributing federal dollars to educate low-income children has some East Valley school districts celebrating while others are scrambling to make cuts.
Another milestone is about to occur for thousands of East Valley parents. It’s time to find the perfect kindergarten for their 5-year-olds. And school districts know it.