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TUSD looks to reallocate $3.5 million out of its desegregation plan

The proposed changes come as the district looks to retain roles that were funded by pandemic era aid.

NAMIWALKS invites the community to show support for mental wellness.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: The sounds of a world gone by are being celebrated by a band called Piffaro; and a celebrating of creative writing returns to Cochise College.

State superintendent helps parent sue AZ school district over dual language learning

The lawsuit comes nearly two weeks after a judge dismissed a similar case.

Pima Community College increases tuition, effective this fall

The college says its tuition increase is meant to better support its programs and give pay raises to its employees.

The Buzz: The Legacy and impact of Land Grant Institutions

A look at how an 1862 act impacted Native lands and eventually led to UA's fossil fuel use despite climate pledges.

The life and loves of virtuoso Maria Callas explored in the play "Master Class".

Also on Arizona Spotlight: The International Uranium Film Festival returns to Tucson; the comedy of Elliot Glicksman; and "Stories That Soar!" looks at how children cope with depression.

UA President takes 10% pay cut amid university fiscal woes

The Arizona Board of Regents will approve his pay cut at an upcoming board meeting.

Arizona Board of Regents Chair steps down

ABOR Chair-elect Cecilia Mata will "assume the responsibilities".

Three former Department of Education employees charged with defrauding Arizona voucher program

Prosecutors said Thursday that the three employees approved applications for 17 students -– five of which were fictitious -- that admitted them into the voucher program using forged birth certificates and special education evaluations.

Arizona's public universities extend financial aid deadline due to federal delays

The board moved to extend the Arizona Promise Program deadline to May 1.

ABOR accelerates financial reforms amid UA fiscal woes

The Arizona Board of Regents swiftly implements financial reforms following the University of Arizona's financial troubles, amidst controversy over shared governance.

AZ Board of Regents defends UAGC acquisition to Hobbs

The letter was sent late Tuesday afternoon.

UAGC tuition changes spark student concerns and confusion

Students at UAGC express frustration over sudden tuition grant changes, leaving some uncertain about affording education.

UA outlines nearly $30 Million in cuts in a new report to Gov. Hobbs

A large part of that is the elimination of vacant positions.

Cochise College plans to have students in dorms on Sierra Vista campus in January 2025

The new housing complex will be named Bugen Hall after George Bugen

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