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Checking in on the 2021 Arizona legislative session

A discussion with Arizona Capitol Times reporter Julia Shumway.

Ducey orders in-person classes by March 15

The order allows schools to continue offering a mix of in-person and virtual classes

Tohono O'odham Community College has received hygiene supplies from AT&T

The community college hopes the nearly $77,000 worth of supplies helps protect students when they come back to campuses.

Pima County Supt. hopeful about return to in-person learning

A discussion with Pima County School Superintendent Dustin Williams.

Learning in person during the pandemic

Tony Paniagua reports on how a school in Tucson is approaching the challenge.

TUSD prepares to reopen, but number of students remaining online is unclear

41 percent of parents still have not chosen which learning method they want for their students

Education notebook: Proposed changes for Arizona tuition policies, COVID-19 aid coming to Tucson schools

A look back at this week's education stories in Southern Arizona and the state.

Vail area gets Pima County public library branch

W. Anne Gibson-Esmond Station Library, near Empire High School, opened Tuesday.

Senate Education Committee approves in-state tuition bill for Arizona Dreamers

The bill seeks roll back part of a controversial state law that curbs public funds access for noncitizens in Arizona.

Education notebook: Districts prepare to welcome students back to classrooms

A look back at this week's education stories in Southern Arizona and the state.

TUSD officially reopening March 24

Southern Arizona’s largest district has been in remote learning for nearly a year

TUSD eyes March reopening

Students could enroll in remote, in-person or hybrid instruction based on grade level

Judge refuses to block Arizona's new education tax

Ruling rejects constitutional challenge to Prop. 208

Education notebook: State superintendent tackles education funding, educator vaccinations continue

A look back at this week's education stories in Southern Arizona and the state.

Priorities laid out by Supt. Hoffman in State of Education address

Analysis from Arizona Daily Star education reporter Danyelle Khmara.

State's top educator wants steady funding for education

Arizona Superintendent of Public Instruction Kathy Hoffman wants lawmakers to dip into the rainy-day fund.

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