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TUSD: Teacher Vacancies Down; Retaining Bus Drivers Still An Issue

Funding from the state after the teacher walkout is helping TUSD retain teachers, the superintendent says.

Vail School District Hopes Tiny Homes Help Attract, Keep Teachers

The district is working with developers to build small, affordable houses on land it has purchased.

Sabino High Baseball State Title in Jeopardy

An internal investigation by TUSD is looking into whether team violated three state regulations on its path to the 2018 championship.

TUSD Sends Out Notifications of School Letter Grades

More than a quarter of TUSD schools received a letter grade of D or F.

Entrepreneurship Program Aims to Help Kids Bring Ideas to Life

The after-school program helps young people create their own businesses and nonprofits.

School Resource Officers Train Public for Active Shooter

The Pima County Sheriff's Department has trained more than 600 people in two years.

TUSD Approves Property Tax Increase for Transportation Fixes, Safety

The tax will pay for road improvements around certain schools that pose potential threats for students.

Given the Choice, Some School Districts Opting Out of AzMerit

A new law leaves it up to districts to choose which standardized assessment they use.

Report: Quarter of Arizona Children Live in Poverty

How the latest Kids Count Data Book ranks Arizona.

Vail Unified Asks Voters to Approve $61.3 Million Bond For More Schools

Superintendent says some schools are at capacity, others are near.

TUSD Board Member: New Code Of Conduct "Improving Administrative Culture"

The revision includes five levels of infractions, each with its own consequences and explanations of who can enforce them

Poll Shows Education Funding a Major Factor in Race for Arizona Governor

Poll shows education professor Garcia leading Democrats, unfavorable ratings for Gov. Ducey

Arizona Kids Doing Poorly

An annual report ranks Arizona near the bottom in children's health and education

Pima County Non-Profit Wins Grant to Educate Youth on Opioid Abuse

Three community organizations in Arizona will split $400,000 in grants from the Attorney General's office for opioid education.

Gubernatorial Candidate Bennett Wants Armed Teachers and Cops in Schools

The Republican former secretary of state unveils school safety plan.

Regents: An Arizona Degree Is Worth It, Even With Debt

A report says degree-holders with student debt still take home more than high school grads who don't attend college.

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