Tucson Unified School District named only one finalist for superintendent.
Despite facing a $17 million district budget deficit, the Tucson Unified School District Governing Board voted Tuesday night against exploring the possibility of outsourcing various functions.
Desert View High School student Danya Valle, 16, checks out some of the technology on C-SPAN's recreational vehicle. C-SPAN has high-tech resources available for class projects.
Few of the students who stepped inside C-SPAN's ultra-high-tech recreational vehicle Monday had more than a vague idea of what C-SPAN is, but when they walked out, they were abuzz.
Desert View High School student Anthony Alameda, center in white shirt, works with middle school students on the basketball court during a wellness summit. The event, involving about 150 students, was held Thursday at the Mulcahy YMCA at Kino Community Center, 2805 E. Ajo Way.
Tucson-area middle school students worked up a sweat Thursday while learning about the importance of nutrition, physical activity and tobacco prevention.
The White House's new scoring system for the cost of going to college shows great disparities among Tucson-area schools, although some are questioning the accuracy of the data.
Local tutors sought for reading, writing
Mindy Blake leaves KOLD for Amphi
World Teachers' Day honors local pair
Tanque Verde override topic of two meetings
10 Sunnyside schools will have later start
Sixteen Southern Arizona organizations and schools have been awarded grants from the Christina-Taylor Green Memorial Foundation.
Police presence in the Bloom Elementary neighborhood has increased after a registered sex offender went onto campus and attempted to volunteer at the east-side school.
10 students awarded Rotary scholarships
A slight improvement in AIMS scores was seen this year across the state in all subject matters, according to test results made public Thursday.
Reports on how well Arizona schools performed last school year are due out today.
CDO seniors heading to US culinary event
TUSD board meeting rescheduled to July 2
Arizona Public Media is launching a new service for teachers statewide.