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For more than 20 years, AZ529, Arizona’s Education Savings Plan, has helped families accumulate more than $1.9 billion in tax-deferred education savings. more
Nearly 1,900 members of Agua Fria Union High School District’s Class of 2021 are expected to attend in-person graduation ceremonies Saturday, May 15, at State Farm Stadium in Glendale. more
Rotary Club of Goodyear PebbleCreek is accepting applications from Southwest Valley students interested in vying for one of five $1,000 scholarships it plans to award to graduating seniors this year. more
Many nursing students might be a little nervous about giving their professor an injection. Not Sarah Idowu. more
Dr. Tara Armstead was sworn in Thursday, March 25, as the newest governing board member of the A-rated Litchfield Elementary School District. more
The Western Maricopa Education Center communications team recently announced its new district-centric podcast, “Generation Orange.” West-MEC is a public career technical education … more
New coronavirus guidance issued March 19 by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention allows schools to seat masked-up students 3 feet apart instead of 6 feet in classrooms, but that doesn’t mean local administrators are throwing caution to the wind, especially in middle and high schools. more
It’s been one year since the A-rated Litchfield Elementary School District pivoted to reinvent its time-tested approach to educational excellence in the wake of the global COVID-19 pandemic. more
Estrella Mountain Community College students Ethan Kilduff and Taina Rodriguez were among 25 high-achieving Phi Theta Kappa honor students representing all 10 Maricopa Community Colleges celebrated during the 2021 All-Arizona Academic Recognition Ceremony. more
The Arizona Educational Foundation’s AEF Teacher of the Year program, the only statewide teacher recognition program that spotlights Arizona’s public school teachers, is accepting nominations. more
Goodyear and Litchfield Park McDonald’s restaurants raised more than $7,900 for local schools during their annual McTeacher’s Night Challenge in February. more
A decade after opening in Goodyear, Franklin Pierce University is adding new health-sciences programs and expanding its existing doctoral program in physical therapy. more
Southwest Surprise is already a charter school hotbed with statewide giant Legacy Traditional School having a K-8 campus and established local educator Paradise Schools running its 6-8 middle school and high school campus on the same city block. more
Agua Fria Union High School District officials planned to welcome students back to campus full time March 22, but quickly pivoted this week to comply with Gov. Doug Ducey’s March 3 executive order requiring schools to fully reopen March 15. more
Thunderbirds Charities has contributed $50,000 to Jobs for Arizona’s Graduates to assist vulnerable Arizona students amid the COVID-19 pandemic. more
Due to the pandemic, many great highly qualified Arizonans have been laid off and Arizona Toastmasters wants to help them. more
Great Hearts Academies in Arizona is hosting a hiring fair in March with hopes of landing 240 new teachers. more
Kindergartners through second-graders whose families chose the in-person learning model at the beginning of the 2020-21 academic year will return to their Litchfield Elementary School District classrooms beginning Monday, Feb. 22. more
Chicanos Por La Causa, Inc. (CPLC) is accepting nominations for the 22nd Annual Esperanza Latino Teacher Awards, presented by Cox Communications and SRP. more
The Better Business Bureau Serving the Pacific Southwest is accepting essays for its annual Ethical Torch Essay Scholarship, which recognizes high school students whose ethical behaviors often go unnoticed, but should be recognized to inspire others to do the right thing. more
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