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News roundup: Virus numbers grow at UA, Biden increases lead in AZ, flu shots crucial

Recent coverage impacting Southern Arizona, September 14

Education notebook: Tucson districts plan for hybrid classes, UA COVID-19 case numbers continue to rise

A look back at this week's education stories in Southern Arizona and the state.

Pandemic prompts parents to give pod learning a try

Supporters say it opens the door for educational reform, but the reviews are mixed.

How schools respond differently as benchmarks come into view

Arizona Daily Star reporter Danyelle Khmara speaks about hybrid teaching and education for students with disabilities.

Education notebook: Pima County meets criteria for hybrid learning, college cases spike

A look back at this week's education stories in Southern Arizona and the state.

New UA appointment tasked with Native American student achievement

Nathan Levi Esquerra will be the first to fill the new role.

Amphi Foundation funds Wi-Fi for students

Foundation, Cox, Comcast team up for free service.

University of Arizona sees COVID-19 spike

Most of the cases are from students living off campus.

Young Tucson poets share their feelings with the world.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: The lifelong connection between a UA educator and the American Western; and part 4 of Youth Crossing Gender Borders: “Riding the Ambiguity Train”.

GoFundMe campaign raises more than $20,000 for students at San Xavier Mission School

The money will be used to buy laptops for students in the Tohono O'odham Nation doing virtual learning.

Education notebook: More counties get green light for class return, UA testing wastewater for COVID-19

A look back at this week's education stories in Southern Arizona and the state.

How to manage at-home stressors related to remote learning

A discussion with Tricia Haynes, a professor with the UA Dept. of Health Promotion Sciences.

Arizona nonprofit focused on bridging students’ digital divide

Chicanos Por La Causa is providing refurbished computers to needy families.

Arizona Spotlight for August 27, 2020

How a Tucson middle school is approaching the new school year; a remembrance of community builder André Newman; and “Trans-Generational Advice”.

Drumroll please ... presenting the K-12 Poetry Contest winners!

Students across southern Arizona submitted thought-provoking and heartfelt poems and 13 have been chosen as winners and honorable mentions. Read them here and listen to Arizona Spotlight in September to hear students reading their poems.

UA slowing its plan to return to campus

The administration is waiting longer to bring more students back to classrooms.

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