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Arizona Teachers Group Nearing Walkout Over Low Pay

Organizers with Arizona Educators United say they could announce an action like one happening in Oklahoma at any time.

National Report Shows Educational Improvement for Arizona

NAEP testing gives long-term assessment of learning skills.

Regents Approve Changes to Basketball Coach Sean Miller's Contract

An amendment says Miller will give up $1M if he faces criminal charges due to investigation.

Gary Stroutsos: Living a Dream of Music

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Arizona teachers rally to improve education funding; an old sport gains new popularity among women & girls of the Tohono O'odham nation; and a love letter to the Pima County Library Book Bike.

Tucson Teachers Demand Better Pay During Downtown March

Hundreds marched from two schools and plan weekly demonstrations to get lawmakers' attention.

Court Rules in Favor of Havasupai Students in Education Suit

The historic decision sets precedent, recognizes impact of historical, intergenerational trauma.

Student ID Card Research Raises Privacy Concerns

UA students are not told their CatCard use is recorded.

UA Law Students Gaining Experience in Tribal Court

Students arguing criminal cases in Pascua Yaqui Tribal Court.

Can the Way Students Use ID Cards Predict Whether They Drop Out?

A University of Arizona researcher hopes data can help understand why university freshmen leave.

Schools Supe Douglas Talks Teacher Raises and School Safety

Superintendent of public instruction said prioritizing safety could mean diverting funds from educators.

Schools Supe Douglas Wants More From Lawmakers on School Safety

Says Legislature should weigh in on gun-carrying staffer.

Parents, Employees Oppose Closure as MUSD Board Mulls Thornydale Options

Community members spoke out against closing the Marana elementary school during public comment.

Arizona Teachers Plan Statewide Action Over Low Pay

Grassroots campaign will see a main event in Phoenix and demonstrations in other cities.

Judge: Land Trust Use to Fund Arizona Schools is Illegal

Federal judge says state may need to pay back millions in Proposition 123 money.

Klein Announces She'll Step Down as Board of Regents President

Cites enrollment, performance improvements during term as board president.

Tucson Students Joining National March for Our Lives Saturday

Public safety groups communicating with organizers for local event, which may be joined by thousands.

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