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My oldest son Jack is 22 and has profound autism. I am his voice and I type these words on his behalf. Although he is a fantastic typist — and addicted to his computer and Kindle — he is … more
For Peoria resident Kimberly Muhammad, volunteerism and lifting her community up is a way of life. more
The number of elementary school students at Ellsworth Elementary with active cases of COVID-19 continues to climb.The number of cases now stands at 61 today from 53 on Friday.Ellsworth Elementary is … more
Due to an outbreak COVID-19 among 53 students at Ellsworth Elementary in San Tan Valley in Pinal County, all fifth and sixth grade classes at that school will temporarily move to remote learning … more
Due to an outbreak COVID-19 among 44 students at Ellsworth Elementary in San Tan Valley in Pinal County, all fifth and sixth grade classes at that school will temporarily move to remote learning … more
The shift to remote learning during the pandemic caused angst for parents, but it also led to unexpected benefits that they may find hard to let go of as their children return to school. more
A growing concept in the Valley is hatched when deciding what comes first — the chicken or the egg or a chicken with talent — as 13 first grade Desert View Learning Center students recently served as judges for the 2021 Chicken’s Got Talent competition. more
Recognizing a need in Arizona for alternative learning models that offer the flexibility of online learning with a face-to-face engagement element, digital curriculum provider StrongMind has partnered with local charter schools to launch tuition-free Valor Preparatory Academy of Arizona. more
At the beginning of the pandemic as virtual instruction was in full force in Peoria Unified School District, one of Jan Ogino’s second-grade students at Heritage Elementary School started showing up to class online in a different environment than she was familiar with. more
Life science faculty members from Mesa Community College and Chandler-Gilbert Community College recently received a $11,000 Maricopa Center for Learning and Innovation Horizon Grant for spring/fall … more
At the dawn of the global COVID-19 pandemic the Scottsdale Unified School District — along with public school entities across the country — realized quickly a seamless transition to … more
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