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Arizona Supreme Court Explains 'Invest in Ed' Decision

The justices wrote why they kicked the Invest in Education initiative off the ballot

Voters to Decide on Bonds and Overrides to Fund Schools

Education advocates hope teachers' movement will make a difference.

Proposition 305: Referendum on Arizona Voucher Expansion Law

Arizona Daily Star education reporter Hank Stephenson explains pushback against the 2017 state law.

UA Noted for Serving Hispanic Students, Now Working to Keep That Designation

As a Hispanic Serving Institution, the University of Arizona must re-apply for the title each year.

Ducey, Garcia Spar on Education Policy in Tucson Debate

Candidates for Arizona Governor continue to offer disparate visions on the future of the state, in second debate this week.

In Their Own Words: What Makes Student Loans Worth It

University of Arizona students share their views on student debt.

Tips for Keeping the Cost of College Down

A discussion with certified financial planner Mary Ahearn.

End to Stonegarden Funds; Flores Agreement; Saving for College

Plus, University of Arizona students share what makes their student loans worth it, in their own words.

Court Bars From Ballot Tax on Wealthy to Fund Education

A majority of the court found that the measure's description of the change in tax rates creates a danger of confusion or unfairness.

Proposal to Tax the Wealthy for Schools: Proposition 207

The Invest in Education Act surpassed the required number of signatures to go to voters in November.

Home Sharing Is a Second 'Job' for Many Tucson Teachers

Airbnb says 12 percent of Tucson "hosts" are educators.

Suit Seeks to Keep Education Tax Proposal Off Ballot

The lawsuit claims the Invest in Education would effectively raise taxes for all taxpayers; initiative backers call that claim "ridiculous."

Tiny Homes Used to Recruit and Retain Vail Teachers

A look at Vail School District's novel approach.

Voucher Vote Creates Dilemma for School-Choice Supporters

Some supporters of vouchers are questioning whether voter protection of a measure is too limiting.

Dust Storm Warnings; Polling Credibility; Housing Affordability

Plus, why the Vail School District is spearheading a tiny-home community for teachers.

Pima County Supervisors OK TUSD Desegregation Tax Plan, Defying Legislature

County plans to leave tax as a part of its primary property tax, bucking recently passed law.

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