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Students at Kyrene School District schools will have the chance to visit one of the country’s top cultural institutions for free, thanks to some grant funding.  more
With students going back to school, the Tempe Union High School District’s Threadz program is gearing up again.  more
Rodney “Scott” Harnisch, a music teacher at Kyrene del Norte Dual Language Academy, has been named a top 10 candidate for the 2023 Arizona Teacher of the Year award. more
The Kyrene School District is using new state funding to invest in its most valuable resource: employees.  more
The candidates have been finalized for the upcoming school district governing board elections in Tempe.  more
Kyrene del Milenio Elementary School is hoping to capture kids’ hearts with the launch of a new training program this year.  more

Arizona has struggled with a shortage of teachers for years, but the problem was only exacerbated by the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic.  more
Come this fall, Arizona State University will add 22 new degree programs to its growing online education roster. more
Students enrolled in a textiles arts class at Kyrene Aprende Middle School have used their newfound skills to fill an important community need.  more
Arizona State University’s Barrett, The Honors College announced that it has hired its first new dean in over 20 years.  more
After discovering several elementary schools had been named for Tempe figures with ties to a local KKK chapter, the Tempe Elementary School District has officially settled on new names for three of its schools.  more
Palm trees, bushes and succulents line Orange Mall in the heart of Arizona State University’s Tempe campus. Water trickles across rocks next to the walkways, which are studded with shaded spots for students to gather. Some noisy birds and a chorus of skateboards whizzing across the pavers break the silence. more
The school year may be over, but a Kyrene school is offering free meals for kids in need this summer.  more

Up to 2,000 Kyrene School District students will be able to visit the Musical Instrument Museum due to a $26,000 grant that was accepted by school board members on June 14. The grant includes … more
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