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University of Arizona aims to help teachers get students back on track after the pandemic

Psychology students and instructors offer their expertise to help the transition back to in-person learning.

Huge Arizona school voucher plan in effect after foes fail

Opponents failed to collect enough signatures to put the law on hold.

Signature numbers debated in Arizona voucher challenge

Supporters of the ESA expansion say not enough signatures were collected to block the law.

The Buzz: How Arizona's lack of school mental health staff affects students

Arizona has some of the worst student-to-mental-health-professional ratios in the US.

UA language and culture programs receive federal grant money

The funds will also improve studies in less commonly taught languages.

"Painting In, Painting Out": The world as seen by the Sonoran Plein Air Painters.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: "Hey Y'all", Fortune Feimster is coming to the Fox Tucson Theatre; and a new book for young readers tells the story of a female pioneer in molecular science.

Viola and the Brain

Molly Gebrian is a UA viola professor with a neuroscience background who uses her unique insight to help her students learn both in the practice room and in life.

Second grader brings guns to school in Cochise

The investigation is continuing.

Cochise County schools meet with state lawmakers

A cap on school spending was the topic of conversation.

As Lake Powell's water level declines, what is emerging in Glen Canyon?

Also on Arizona Spotlight: "The King of Sting" talks monsoons and insects; Author and illustrator Adam Rex on being "Writer in Residence" at the library; and a Medieval marital dispute -- over a video game -- from "Stories That Soar!".

Tribal boarding schools much improved, but legacy of old schools remains

Arizona had the second highest number of the schools in the country.

San Xavier Mission School closed

A lack of enrollment forced the school to suspend operations.

Pima Community College opens early learning center

New facility will provide services to the children of PCC students

The Buzz heads back to school

With classes back in session, we speak to educators about the coming school year.

Salpointe fire ruled arson, suspect arrested

The fire took place on the night of July 17, 2022.

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