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Students repurpose old football jerseys into popular fashion

UA program teaches how to transform unused gear into upcycled goods.

Cochise College food pantry gets $30,000 grant

The funds will be used in-part to add cooking and nutrition workshops for students

Tiny Homes - Vail School District

The Vail Unified School District is trying to recruit and retain more teachers by working with developers to provide affordable housing opportunities for educators in the district.

UA workshop deepens local educators' knowledge of the impact of climate change in Arizona

Relevant data will be used to develop relevant curriculum for students

Benson counselor pioneers 'Counseling in the Streets' program in Cochise County

The program is a discussion-based educational program that is led by a facilitator.

Arizona education leaders unveil ‘Everything to Gain’ campaign about importance of post-high school education

It is part of an initiative which aims for 60% of Arizonans to have a post-high school degree or certificate by 2030.

TUSD approves new Code of Conduct and special election

The new code will go into effect this fall.

Superintendent of AZ schools says some complaints to hotline are under investigation

The hotline first launched in March and has since received upwards of 30,000 "prank" calls.

TUSD looks to revise outdated student code of conduct

The board will look to take formal action on the changes at the next meeting.

UA College of Applied Sci & Tech moves to SV's West End

The new location will be off of Garden Ave. in Sierra Vista

"The Legend of Georgia McBride" and the art of drag.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Students build skill and character playing wheelchair basketball; a review of the documentary "Feelings are Facts" and an interview with filmmaker Jack Walsh; and, an amphibious love story from "Stories That Soar!"

Federal grant pushes UA to create new program to support first gen Latino students

The $3 million grant is expected to support the project for the next five years.

Hobbs terminates $50 million grant allocation for ESA recipients

Governor Katie Hobbs's predecessor Doug Ducey approved the allocation of pandemic-era funding.

AZ school superintendent looks to keep restrictions on trans athletes

In a complaint filed last month, two Arizona families claim that current state statute violates federal nondiscrimination laws and the U.S. Constitution.

UA VP of research and innovation out, pursues new role at Utah State University

Elizabeth Cantwell oversaw an $825 million annual research portfolio.

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