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Indigenous students to get full University of Arizona tuition

University will pay tuition and fees for all who qualify.

Making college credits easier to access in Cochise County

Buena High School introduces new dual enrollment program

Arizona House GOP backs universal school voucher expansion

They vote Wednesday advances a bill that would allow all 1.1 million public school students to use public money to attend a private schools.

Education in the Summer

Working to close learning gaps. A focus on education and the summer ahead.

Education in the summer

This week, The Buzz focuses on education and the summer ahead.

House committee advances school voucher expansion

Any student could qualify for the state's voucher program, under a bill filed by Republicans this week.

New state grants help point families to higher education goals

University of Arizona College Academy for Parents encourages parents to start quest for college early.

Arizona lawmakers consider changing regulations for school buses

Backers argue it will allow more flexibility in student transportation. Opponents say the proposal cuts corners on student safety.

Tucson teachers earn less than teachers in similar Western cities

A study by University of Arizona economists shows teacher salaries in Tucson aren’t keeping up with the nation or even Western cities comparable in size or cost of living

Cannabis courses offered by University of Arizona

Voters made the recreational marijuana business legal, but they didn't make it easy.

Legislature moving to add new teacher certification paths

Opponents argue it will allow unqualified people to teach.

Tuition increases OK'd for Arizona's 3 public universities

University of Arizona is boosting tuition by 2% to $11,525 a year for undergrads.

House panel OKs major overhaul of Arizona K-12 funding

The party-line vote on the newly-revealed proposal drew major opposition from some school funding experts, school districts and Democrats.

Voter-approved Arizona education tax dead after court ruling

A judge has declared that a tax on high-earning Arizona residents to boost education spending can’t be enforced.

AZPM Celebrates Women's History Month

Enjoy a special collection of stories, programs and educational resources that highlight history, societal contributions, and accomplishments of women.

School in the Time of COVID: Community Conversations

Featuring local students, teachers, school counselors, experts, and parents discussing their experiences, challenges, and successes navigating the education landscape during the pandemic.

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