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U.S. Education Secretary visits Tohono O'odham Community College

Secretary Cardona pitched President Biden's 'Build Back Better' agenda and listened to the needs of the community.

Groups that backed Proposition 208 seek to block tax cuts

The groups have filed a pair of voter referendums and have 90 days to collect the nearly 120,000 signatures

PBS LearningMedia Summer Camp

Fun, exploratory resources for you to use as you plan summer fun.

Data analysis shows low investment in kids futures across Arizona

The state rank 40th across the country after comparing 2019 factors in their health, education, economic status and families.

Haaland announces investigation into Indigenous boarding schools

She said 'at no time in history' has such a probe reflected the true impact of the policy among Indigenous families.

Tohono O'odham Nation advocates in Congress for properly funded federal services

Tribal leaders call out government's failure to fulfill promises to fund hospitals, school and detention centers in tribal lands.

New education tax again survives, high court appeal pending

Tax is the result of voter-approved prop 208

Disrupted: How COVID Changed Education

A community conversation about the issues most important to students and educators during the pandemic.

PBS NewsHour Student Reporting Labs debuts New Mental Health Podcast ‘On Our Minds’ with Noah and Zion

The podcast about youth mental health for teens, by teens, is in partnership with WETA’s Well Beings.

School IDs to sport hotline for struggling teens

Soon students will know who to call when they have suicidal thoughts just by looking at the back of their ID cards.

Arizona's budget, teen mental health support and school sports

In this week's episode of Arizona 360, the team also discusses COVID-19 updates.

UA athletics prepares for 'somewhat normal academic year'

Though, the university says it will take a few years for athletic scholarships and demand to even out.

A Sahuarita high school football team reflects on the pandemic

Walden Grove High School football head coach and players share how COVID-19 impacted their season and academic futures.

School IDs to sport hotline for struggling teens

Soon students will know who to call when they have suicidal thoughts just by looking at the back of their ID cards.

PCC opens automotive technology center

It's one of the college's new centers of excellence.

AZ Senate passes sex ed bill, again

A similar bill was vetoed by Governor Ducey last month.

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