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Earlier this month, the Peoria Unified School District released the first episode of its new podcast, Trending Peoria, in which district officials breakdown the latest trends in education — from details on how the pandemic has impacted student learning to the way arts education helps shape students. more
A partnership between a Valley education institution and a business nonprofit is expected to help the West Valley upgrade its workforce and reduce barriers to higher education. more
(NAPSI)—Despite years of talk about how 5G is going to transform everyone’s lives, most people haven’t experienced the lightning-fast speeds and incredible performance of it—yet.  … more
When Starbucks launched its partnership with Arizona State University in June 2014, it was hailed as a first-of-its kind employee benefit set to increase access to higher education. more
Growing up with a mother who was a school principal, Amaris Lewis always knew she would end up working in education. What she did not expect was that a state would set aside a day in her … more
by Megan O’Reilly Palevich, M.Ed.  (NAPSI)—Each day, as people across the country wake up and check their phones, turn on their morning news broadcast, or unfold their local papers, one … more
Arizona State University will not be raising tuition rates for current or incoming students amid the economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic, with Arizona’s two other state universities following suit. more
The coronavirus pandemic has brought to light issues of inequity in many aspects of life, from food to medicine. It’s also brought up issues of equity in education, with students turning online in droves when the pandemic shuttered school doors for months. more
While certain things come with age, there are many encouraging aspects the Bureau of Jewish Education of Greater Phoenix, 12701 N. Scottsdale Road, plans to share with the community on the “art of aging.” more
(NAPSI—According to a recent EdChoice and Morning Consult poll, half of parents of school-aged children said they were very or somewhat comfortable with their children returning to school “right … more
Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced March 17 that Daniel K. Hughes, former CEO of the defunct Bradley Academy of Excellence in Goodyear, was sentenced to four years in prison and ordered to pay restitution for his role in the theft of more than $2.6 million from the Arizona Department of Education, the U.S. Dept. of Education, the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, and the Federal Communications Commission. more
A teacher who taught more than 30 years with Peoria Unified School District and with Deer Valley Unified School District is the newest inductee into the Association for Career and Technical Education’s (ACTE) Region V Hall of Fame. more
West Valley residents are invited to attend the 2021 Skilled Trades Expo, a free virtual event that will bring together business and industry professionals, students and the community to learn and share information about job training, education and employment opportunities targeted at the skilled trades. more
As the nation approaches the 1-year mark of the global COVID-19 pandemic few groups have been more affected by the pandemic than public school teachers. Last spring, when classes suddenly went … more
The Arizona Supreme Court ruled in favor of an appeal claiming that the city of Peoria illegally entered into an agreement to give up to $2.6 million in taxpayer money to Huntington University in exchange for opening a school in the P83 Entertainment District. more
PHOENIX — Arizona’s top education official told lawmakers Tuesday they need to ensure schools get as much money for online courses as the law now provides them for kids in seats. more
Opponents of an income tax surcharge to fund education have yet to receive a clearcut answer on whether the voter-approved proposition is unconstitutional. more
Nutrition services is a key component in the Dysart Unified School District. Nutrition services staff served 18,000 meals per day across the district and is projected to serve in the range of 2.5 … more
Helios Education Foundation announces the completion of its 65,000-square-foot education campus for collaboration among education partners anchoring educational excellence in Arizona. more
What do you think Arizona’s K-12 schools will look like in 2031? Does the prospect excite or dishearten you? After a year of countless hardships for families, we could use some positivity. more
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