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A new online tool is designed to help parents, students, teachers and school leaders around Arizona see how newly-proposed performance funding will benefit their local schools.
Q: I saw the “Dateline NBC” news story on Internet predators and I am sufficiently concerned about the Internet in my house. What can I do to protect my children? — Janice
Arizona’s education goals include raising the high school graduation rate, increasing the number of bachelor’s degrees awarded annually and improving the number of third-graders who can read by the time the school year ends.
Whenever you’re planning to pursue an online/distance education degree or certificate, you need to ask yourself plenty of hard questions, such as whether you have the discipline to succeed in an online format and whether the online approach fits your learning style.
Gilbert schools will offer online distance education classes for the first time this month in a new partnership with Tempe-based Educational Options.
BACK TO CLASS: School starts today for the Scottsdale and Paradise Valley unified school districts and Wednesday for Fountain Hills schools.
Need educational help? Now Pinal County library users can find it for free on the Internet.
For the first time, Gilbert Unified School District is offering online registration for its VIK program, the district's on-site before- and after-school program for children in kindergarten through sixth grade. Parents can register at www.gilbertschools.net. For a limited time, cost is $25 for student. It will increase to $35 per student on July 1, and $50 per student on Aug. 1.
As Katie Wesolek puts one of her twin baby boys to bed, the other is waking up. “I get up at least 10 times a night,” said the Valley resident and mother of three. So it was critical that Wesolek could attend college class lectures in her living room while still wearing pajamas.
June 14, 2004
MCC offers online degrees, certificates
Personal Finance for Teens is a new online course being offered through the Mesa Distance Learning Program of the Mesa Unified School District.
August 30, 2004
It all started with a crushed suit, a bungled flight connection and lost seat reservations. Those incidents, which sound like a scene taken from the 1980 screwball comedy “Airplane!,” all transpired during one round-trip flight that Montreal resident Jeremy Cooperstock took between Toronto and Japan in the summer of 1996.
December 13, 2004
Highland High School sophomore Chelsea Johnson, 15, loves to talk. The Gilbert student keeps in touch with many of her classmates on the telephone, but the main way she communicates with her friends when they are apart is through Internet instant messaging.
Arizona State University is offering an MBA program for people who don't have time to be on campus.
It’s Friday after school and six Desert Mountain High School students are sitting around a table talking about the FBR Open. For now, it’s just the students at the Palomino Library Teen Center who hear the conversation.
October 31, 2004
The Tempe Union High Schools Education Foundation invites the community to attend the annual HOPE in Education Grand Soiree from 4 to 6:30 p.m. on Sunday, May 1 at the Tempe Mission Palms Hotel. Guests will enjoy delicious food and beverages, a silent auction and an exceptional display of student and staff artwork. The Foundation will draw the winning raffle ticket for a beautiful signed print by Arizona artist Ed Mell.
Government and education reform will continue to be key in the District 19 legislative race for the Arizona House of Representatives.
Teacher and parent leaders in Scottsdale are asking the education community to take on state government, a little at a time.
Registration for Gilbert Unified School District's 2012-13 Kindergarten Prep program for 4-year-olds is open online only. This is a change from previous years. There will be no mail-in registration and no walk-in registration accepted at the Community Education office. However, for those in need of computer access, a computer terminal will be available at the Community Education Office, 6839 E. Guadalupe Road, in Mesa.