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Staying Calm During Crisis: 5 Tips for Self Care

Ways teachers can find calm to get through digital school and the virus scare.

At-Home Learning Tips From an Educator Mom

During this time of at-home learning, rest assured, you can do this!

TUSD distributes thousands of meals in Grab-and-Go program

Students sent home because of the COVID-19 pandemic can still receive breakfast and lunch from their districts.

Arizona schools will stay closed through the end of the school year

Gov. Doug Ducey and Superintendent of Public Instruction Kathy Hoffman made the announcement Monday morning.

Advice to parents: Listen, be flexible and cut yourselves a break

A school psychology professor offers suggestions to parents during school closures related to the new coronavirus.

At Home Learning

In partnership with Arizona PBS, Arizona Public Media is providing free weekly curriculum and programming for Arizona at-home learners which adheres to Arizona's state curriculum.

3 Ways to Turn Your Classroom Remote in a Hurry

Here are three ways to get started teaching your classes remotely

Use PBS LearningMedia to Support Distance Learning

Plan for a variety of scenarios in response to the global COVID-19 health crisis.

Virus Information and Prevention for Educators

From the common cold to coronavirus, these videos, interactive lessons, and discussion questions offer a variety of ways to introduce the topic to students.

Initiative filed to block Arizona school voucher expansions

The voter initiative would cap growth on the state's school voucher program and put in place several other limits.

Federal budget proposes cuts to scholarships for Indigenous students

Trump administration has again proposed cutting scholarship funds within the Bureau of Indian Education.

Ducey funding plan for low-performing schools gets first legislative approval

Project Rocket determines per-pupil funding at schools given lower grades by the Education Department.

Hispanic children less often diagnosed with autism, CDC says

Behavioral health experts say that's due in part to cultural barriers and lack of awareness.

Our Current Planet

Register for the latest PBS Virtual Professional Learning Series based on the series, Life from Above.

Let's Talk About Election 2020

Middle and high school educators across the U.S. are empowering students to share their take on issues that matter to them.

Civil Rights: Then & Now

This collection of videos, documents, and primary sources lends context to the events and leaders that defined the Civil Rights Movement’s first three decades (1954-1985).

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