Arizona legislators have approved a bill to prohibit use or possession of medical marijuana at public universities, community colleges or child-care facilities.Read More »
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Federal laws generally prohibit weapons within a thousand feet from school grounds.
But a panel of legislators this week advanced a proposal to let most Arizona residents carry firearms up to a school’s property line.
A state report says Arizona's school districts spend less of their operating fund in the classroom than the national average.Read More »
The state Department of Education in May 2010 released an audit, charging that 105 students, some of whom are U.S. citizens, are attending schools in Ajo but are actually living across the border in Mexico and not entitled to a free education in Arizona schools. The state fined the Ajo Unified $1.2 million, the amount the state claims was spent to educate those students.Read More »
A state lawmaker is pushing for a law requiring school employees to report and document bullying.Read More »
When Elizabeth Celania-Fagen signed on as the superintendent of Arizona's second-largest school district in 2008, she said she planned to raise her family in Tucson and serve at least five to 10 years.Read More »
Schools will be required to identify and count students who are in the country illegally under a bill that the Senate passed on March 31.Read More »
A House panel has approved a bill that would require schools to annually report how many illegal immigrants are enrolled and how much it costs to educate them.Read More »
A House committee has given its approval to a bill that would allow some schools to opt out of the state's structured program for teaching students English, which was instituted in order to comply with a federal lawsuit.Read More »
State standards telling schools to emphasize abstinence when offering sex education are insufficient to protect teens from pregnancy and sexually transmitted disease, a state lawmaker says.Read More »