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GOP-led Arizona Senate OKs huge school voucher expansion

The bill makes as many as 85% of the state’s 1.1 million public school students eligible for vouchers.

Arizona House votes to raise school spending limit

Senate must pass similar resolution before March to prevent $1.1 billion in budget cuts.

Pima County-funded preschool program growing slowly

COVID-19 pandemic poses challenges for the program.

GOP-led Arizona Senate panel OKs school voucher expansions

The bill would make all children attending schools with a high percentage of low-income families or who qualify for free or reduced-price lunches eligible for the state’s voucher program.

State school superintendent says schools will close if spending cap is not raised

Districts face over $1.1 billion in cuts statewide, Kathy Hoffman warned lawmakers Tuesday.

AZPM Celebrates Black History Month

Enjoy a special collection of stories, programs and educational resources that highlight history, culture, and accomplishments of African Americans.

Robbins says University of Arizona will 'fully integrate' Global Campus

Faculty have concerns about the troubled online school.

Helping Kids Handle Change at School

Young children, especially, crave predictability. It makes them feel secure.

University of Arizona officials sticking with in-person classes

University testing shows a COVID positivity rate of close to 11%.

Treasury: Arizona risks relief funds over anti-mandate rules

At issue are two state programs that are meant to help schools and students but that direct funding away from jurisdictions with mask requirements.

University of Arizona commits to in-person classes during COVID surge

Robbins wants to "stay the course and ride this out."

Baboquivari Unified School District moves to virtual learning for two weeks

The Tohono O'odham school district said it took the step to help stop the spread of COVID-19 in the community.

Bill allows Indigenous students to wear cultural clothing at graduation

Advocates say after a year of protests over racial injustice, it's a meaningful change.

'Fearless' student podcasters explore big issues

Meet some of the students and the teacher behind Tucson's City High Radio.

University of Arizona kicks off scholarship fundraiser for Indigenous law students

The Indigenous Peoples Law and Policy Program's goal this year is $30,000, and they're almost there.

Native American Heritage Month

November is dedicated to paying tribute to the rich ancestry and traditions of Indigenous people throughout the United States.

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