Pima Community College students could face higher-than-average tuition increases in the fall to help make up for past mismanagement of the school.
TUSD Superintendent H.T. Sanchez gave the head of a Texas education-consulting company a private early notice about a training program he intended to create here, and encouraged her to bid on the contract.
Amid allegations the Tucson Unified School District has discriminated against Latinos by attempting to limit their participation at public meetings, TUSD will develop protocol to determine when a larger meeting room is needed.
After months of testing the waters, a citizens group launched a recall drive Monday against the two longest-serving members of Pima Community College’s Governing Board.
Most in our community are familiar with news in the past year about Pima Community College’s unprofessional administrative and Governing Board behavior, including ignoring reports of eight employees who said they were sexually harassed.
Phones soon will be ringing across Pima County in an effort to find out what taxpayers think of their embattled community college.
A magnet plan recently passed by TUSD’s Governing Board has been rejected by the desegregation expert put in place to oversee district efforts to bring racial balance to its schools.
The possibility of moving University High School to its own campus is no longer on the table, leaving the award-winning school to continue its partnership with Rincon High for now.
The Tucson Unified School District is working to resolve allegations that it discriminated against Latinos by attempting to limit their participation at Governing Board meetings.
Seven books that were banned after the elimination of Mexican American Studies may be making their way back into TUSD classrooms.
The TUSD Governing Board will meet this afternoon to address a few time-sensitive issues.
The Sunnyside Unified School District hired Superintendent Manuel Isquierdo’s brother-in-law as an on-campus school monitor despite knowing he had a felony drug conviction.
Pima Community College has taken a small but crucial step forward in its quest to get off probation in two years.
Letter grades issued by the Arizona Department of Education measure how well schools are performing year to year. Today's scores show four Tucson school could be labeled as failing.
Longtime Governing Board members of Pima Community College will be schooled on how to do their jobs properly after a recent investigation cast doubt on their ethics and competence.
TUSD Superintendent John Pedicone was awarded a $16,000 bonus, which he plans to donate to the Educational Enrichment Foundation, an organization that supports TUSD students and teachers.
Pima Community College has its next chancellor.
Pima Community College is poised to choose a new chancellor Friday.
An influential group of local business leaders plans to pressure longtime members of Pima Community College’s Governing Board to resign, and is preparing to lead a recall effort if they don’t step down.
Calls for resignations of Pima Community College Governing Board members grew louder and more diverse Wednesday.