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The Valley’s senior citizens — most of them cooped up at home for much of 2020 as COVID-19 spread — are eligible to receive a big virtual dose of entertainment. more
In the last week of September, the UPS Foundation awarded tool kits to automotive technology students from West-MEC, a career and technical education (CTE) school district, tool kits to help them … more
As COVID-19 emptied college campuses of students in 2020, the smaller number of people gathered at Phoenix- area schools contributed to some twists and turns in campus crime data. more
Arizona students took a hit when it came to learning during the pandemic so far, and it may take several years to correct that slide. The state is putting roughly $19 million into corrective … more
From gun violence then to a lingering virus now, the soil below where public education occurs has been labeled dangerous ground for American students for nearly a decade. Aside from the dangers … more
Several Phoenix-area community colleges are growing seed libraries to benefit students, faculty, the public and the wildlife that lives in Maricopa County. more
And the hits keep coming for the Northwest Christian High School varsity football squad. After losing more than five players to injuries sustained starting in the second week of the 2021 season, … more
During the most recent public input process for the master plan of the Phoenix Biomedical Campus, the most common feedback was that people didn’t feel welcome on the campus, according to … more
Arizona State University is expanding its reach across the Valley with development projects in progress at what seems like every campus. more
A new tool will allow Arizona students to gain access to important career development information before heading off to higher education. more
Five Notre Dame Prep students earned recognition from the National Merit Scholarship Corporation. more
A scroll of students’ names, who attend schools in Scottsdale, was embargoed until the National Merit Scholarship Corporation officially announced  semifinalists for its National Merit Scholarship on Wednesday, Sept. 15. more
Downtown Phoenix was once a sparsely populated part of the country’s fifth-largest city, a land of vacant lots and empty streets once office buildings closed for the evening. more
Higher education is alive and well in Arizona, according to the latest rankings from U.S. News & World Report. more
A new on-campus apartment building is being added to Grand Canyon University’s campus in Phoenix. The project, on 1.9 acres at the southwest corner of 29th Avenue and Colter Street, is … more
Jellsy Gonzalez recently embarked on her first year of teaching third grade at the same Maryvale elementary school she attended. Despite the school year beginning mid-pandemic and all the restrictions and disruptions that come with that, Gonzalez is happy to go to work every day with a classroom full of students excited to learn. more
The issue of face masks has been debated at many a recent Valley school district governing board meeting, with some parents vehemently against a requirement and some in favor of the COVID-19 mitigation effort. more
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