Arizona school officials are bracing for more and deeper budget cuts as the state faces continued shortfalls.Read More »
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Some say innovation could be a possible silver lining for Arizona schools as they brace for possible new state budget cuts.Read More »
Outgoing Arizona Corporation Commissioner Kris Mayes has been named to head a newly created program at Arizona State University's law school.Read More »
A panel of economists says Arizona's economy is on track to see decent job growth in 2011 and beyond as it continues to recover from the Great Recession.Read More »
I heard John Huppenthal on the news recently and, as a teacher, I am afraid by what I heard. I am afraid for my job and my students.Read More »
Teachers, legislators, students and co-workers remember Zachary Marco as a kind, considerate and genuine person with a positive attitude and a bright future.
Marco, a 21-year-old political-science major and honor student at Arizona State University, was shot about 9:30 p.m. October 17 near University Drive and Rural Road in Tempe while walking home from the library, according to Tempe Police.
Arizona health officials want to use public-spirited video to reduce the frequency of infections that people get in health-care settings such as hospitals while receiving treatment for other conditions.Read More »
The latest Census data shows Arizona ranks 30th in the country in the percentage of residents who hold a bachelor's degree.Read More »
A survey indicates that most Arizonans' first choice for balancing the state budget is to cut spending.Read More »
The Arizona Board of Regents voted 9-1 to scale back the state AIMS scholarship, approving a proposal that would implement stricter academic standards for eligibility and cut the award from 100 percent to 25 percent of tuition.Read More »