As I reflect upon my time as superintendent of Tucson Unified School District, I want to first express my appreciation for the opportunity to serve the Tucson community in a way that is only possible by meeting the significant challenges we faced over the past few years.
Much has been written and blogged about John Pedicone, Tucson Unified School District's outgoing superintendent, whose last official day on the job was Friday.
After four decades in education, Tucson Unified School District Superintendent John Pedicone is preparing for retirement.
TUSD Superintendent John Pedicone was awarded a $16,000 bonus that he plans to donate to the Educational Enrichment Foundation, which supports TUSD students and teachers.
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.
Freshmen at three TUSD high schools may be required to take a "culturally relevant" course in the fall as part of the district's effort to retain students.
TUSD has found a way to close what was once a projected $17 million budget deficit with the help of some recommendations from employee groups.
Thirty years ago a group of local leaders came together with one common goal - to support the students and teachers of Tucson's largest school district.
The search firm hired to find TUSD's next superintendent is the same one that recruited Sunnyside's Manuel Isquierdo to lead a San Antonio school district.
The TUSD Governing Board has selected an external firm to conduct its search for the district's next superintendent.
The superintendent in charge of Tucson's second-largest school district is resigning to take over a district in San Antonio.
The hunt for TUSD's next superintendent is on, as the Governing Board approved the recruitment and hiring process Tuesday night.
The hunt for TUSD’s next superintendent is on, as the Governing Board approved the recruitment and hiring process Tuesday night.
I am a retired public school superintendent, having served in this position in New York, Massachusetts and Connecticut. Educating children well in urban settings has been a career-long personal priority and remains an unfulfilled accomplishment of school reform in part due to high turnover i…
In what he said was an effort to bring stability to Tucson's largest school district, TUSD Superintendent John Pedicone unexpectedly announced his resignation Wednesday - more than a year before his contract expires.
John Pedicone announced his resignation today as superintendent of the Tucson Unified School District this afternoon at Pima County’s Behavioral Health Pavilion Psychiatric Outpatient Clinic.