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What to expect for November's AZ Board of Regents meeting

The public session will begin Thursday, Nov. 16.

Dept. of Education still lacks data on school voucher program

A special committee formed for ESA oversight wants more data on the program to manage costs.

UA President addresses financial crisis saying they "overinvested"

President Robert Robbins' email came after the University of Arizona garnered criticism over its financial status.

The Buzz: Recapping off-year election results

Education bonds and overrides largely succeed around the state, and Democrats continue Tucson government dominance.

"Stewart Udall: The Politics of Beauty"

Also on Arizona Spotlight: How teachers are dealing with AI in classrooms; and a story of survival in plain sight from Children of the Holocaust.

UA gets a new threat assessment director

Dr. Jessie Semmann assumed her new role shortly before the one year mark of last year's deadly on campus shooting.

AZ Board of Regents considers new tuition model for UA

Their final decision will be made later this month on Nov. 16.

Sierra Vista elementary school selected as finalist for National Title 1 Distinguished Award

Bella Vista Elementary School was one out of 14 schools in Arizona to be nominated for the award

UA leadership: "Our financial health is fragile"

The University of Arizona has implemented a 2% budget cut and started hiring freezes.

The University of Arizona is taking its fundraising campaign public

The Fuel Wonder campaign has a $120 million head start.

Pima County schools ask voters to approve locally-funded initiatives

TUSD is asking voters to fund everything from student laptops to school safety infrastructure with prop 496. And Sunnyside is asking for voters to approve props 498 and 499 for a host of operations and capital costs that affect students.

"The Left Hand of Darkness" grips The Rogue Theatre.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: NPR's Ari Shapiro on "Och & Oy: A Considered Cabaret"; Luis Alberto Urrea recalls his friendship with K. Le Guin ; and, Stories that Soar! returns with "The Spelling Test".

GCU faces record fine after federal probe into alleged deception

The university dismissed the allegations as “lies and deceptive statements.”

Southern Arizona schools get passing grades from the state

The Arizona Department of Education is out with its annual school grades.

UA a top Hispanic Serving Institution when it comes to Fulbrights

The university is one of 21 HSIs in the state.

Mayes joins federal lawsuit against Meta for damages to youth mental health

The 41 attorney’s general claim Meta purposefully targeted children on their platforms.

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