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Every year college seems to get more and more expensive. Finding ways to pay for it continues to be a tricky proposition. But a partnership between the U.S. Army and Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities (HACU) is showing students a potential way to tackle their post-high school education.
The spring 2015 arts events season at Arizona State University’s West campus will feature concerts, films, visual art installations and more.
NOGALES, Ariz. – As port director for the Customs and Border Protection port here, Guadalupe Ramirez has seen heroin smuggled into the United States in almost every place imaginable on a vehicle, not to mention the human body.
PHOENIX -- Quick: Do you know how many amendments there are in the U.S. Constitution? Can you explain the "rule of law"? And can you name at least one of the writers of the Federalist Papers?
The number of new homes in Gilbert might slow down by the end of 2015, but officials from the town, chamber and school districts anticipate an uptick in business and a few technology changes for the education vector.
Former professional and collegiate athletes are coming together to pass their skills on to the next generation at the new Redline Athletics in Chandler.
Matthew Capota is one of 33 students in the aviation program at Western Maricopa Education Center in Glendale, one of the 13 joint technical education districts in Arizona.
Here is a roll call of some of the famous people who died in 2014.
The desert and all its wildlife find themselves mixed into the Chandler city life. That’s why the Environmental Education Center at Veterans Oasis Park works to educate people on the animals they may come across.
Schools are working harder than ever to provide well-balanced meals that meet new federal nutrition standards and appeal to students.
A $10,000 grant from Honeywell will go to Sacaton Middle School’s robotics program.
Jo Ellen Kinnamon, Sacaton Middle School science and robotics teacher, is pictured with Laurie Burrell, Honeywell Educators at Space Academy ambassador. [Submitted photo]
Zaharis Elementary School fourth-grade teacher Scott Ritter posed a question to his students: What could they do to improve the lighting near the parking lot at their school in Mesa that would be efficient and environmentally responsible?
The Arizona Department of Education named Tempe’s McClintock High School a National Title I Distinguished School earlier this month.
The Great Globe Project developed at the East Valley Institute of Technology is drawing crowds and fascinating young minds at the Arizona Science Center in Phoenix.
Months of uncertainty for state educators concluded on Nov. 3 with the selection of a new state assessment test, although the details concerning the implementation of the exam remain up in the air.
Monica Crowder, a teacher and curriculum specialist for the Kyrene School District, was recently selected as a finalist for the 2014 Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Superhero Award presented by Freeport-McMoRan.
I am Jim Archambault, and I have been a physics teacher at Highland High School in Gilbert Public Schools for eight years. Some of the recent commentary in this paper has been about people rather than issues. Here is a list of several of the issues in the school board election as I see them.
For Chantel Buchanan, it was growing up in a single-parent home; for Renzo Viccina, it was moving from a Third-World country.
Who wants to talk birth control? Abortion? Adoption? Childbirth? Those four issues became the latest imbroglio involving the Gilbert Public Schools Governing Board.
In high schools across the nation today, teenagers will dutifully shuffle in to their classes, take their seats, and learn facts that they could easily Google. In doing so, our schools waste both the teachers’ and the students’ time and energy (and the taxpayers’ money) by focusing too much on memorization, too much on information that anyone with an internet connection and a vague understanding of how to use it can find in less than ten seconds.
Citing concerns it broke state law – and despite insistence from its superintendent to the contrary – the Gilbert Public Schools Governing Board voted to redact pages from its textbooks tied to abortion and reproduction.
On the afternoon of Oct. 23, BASIS charter school in Mesa will host a viewing party for a partial eclipse of the sun, which will take place between 2:40 p.m. and 4:45 p.m.