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Group mentor program in Tucson teaches male youth about healthy relationships

Boys to Men Tucson has weekly talking circle support groups in 20 middle and high schools throughout southern Arizona.

Sierra Vista City Council approves decision to issue bonds to charter schools located in other areas

One charter school is located in Phoenix and the other is in Las Vegas, Nevada.

It's "Reservation Dogs" final season, cast member Jon Proudstar shares how it began.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Meet Robaba, a refugee from Afghanistan with a passion for knowledge and a story to tell; members of the National Alliance on Mental Illness share "Moments to Cope"; and remembering filmmaker William Friedkin.

Buffalo Soldier Day celebration at Camp Naco

The day celebrates the history of the Buffalo Soldiers

The Buzz: how dual language immersion is for everyone

We’re heading back to school to understand Arizona's various English language learning models and how dual language immersion is coming under fire.

Southwest Wings Birding and Nature Festival returns for 32nd year

The four-day long event offers field trips and free wildlife and nature talks

Cochise College First in the World to get Simleader Ambulance simulator with mixed reality

The simulator features an abulance with an interactive mannequin, VR headset and a driving station

The Tucson Jewish Museum and Holocaust Center - A source of strength, not sorrow.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Remembering the local 1960s peace movement with Archive Tucson; Poet and author Linda D. Addison on crafting stories from darkness and light; and "Stories That Soar!" presents "Andrew the Rapper".

Hobbs: "the universal school voucher program is unsustainable" as new cost projections come in

The projections come one day after two of the program's top officials resign.

Top officials for school voucher program resign as program faces unprecedented growth

ESA executive director Christine Accurso announced her resignation via Twitter Tuesday morning.

Mayes warns families of school voucher risks, but faces push back from Horne

Mayes’ warning comes just as the school semester starts to ramp back up in some districts

State allocates $15 million towards helping high schoolers enroll in dual enrollment classes

A study by the Helios Foundation and Arizona State University found that dual enrollment students are 2-times more likely to attend college

Judge blocks AZ law, transgender girls now allowed to compete on women's school sports teams

The preliminary injunction comes as some school districts start heading back.

Mayes says Horne cannot modify English language learning models

The opinion comes as some schools across Arizona begin their semester this week.

Hobbs visits PCC, announces new investment into community colleges

Governor Katie Hobbs announced that $2 million was allocated in the state budget for Pima County Community College's operational costs.

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