Education


Photo courtesy of Creighton School District.
We’re Not Ready: Parents and Teachers Eye August With Uncertainty — and Fear

Schools have received guidelines on how schools should operate in the fall, but many involved feel they need more time to adjust.

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While The Push to Defund Phoenix Police Grows Stronger, Activists Want Officers Out of Schools

In addition to community demands that cities defund the police, students are asking district leaders to remove officers from campuses.

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ASU Rescinds Dean’s Job Offer After Multiple Accusations of Racial and Sex Discrimination

ASU announced Sunday it has rescinded a dean’s job offer after students from her previous employer accused her of making racist and homophobic remarks.

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Arizona Schools Chief Releases Reopening Guidelines, But Much Still Unknown

The document outlines plans for multiple scenarios, based on the state of the coronavirus pandemic in the fall.

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Ducey Says Arizona’s Students Are Headed Back to School in the Fall. But Are the Teachers?

One in five teachers say they are unlikely to return to the classroom in the fall if schools reopen, and Arizona educators are looking for alternatives.

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What Will Happen In The Fall? School May Be Over, But Teachers’ Worries Aren’t.

Educators have been trying to find some semblance of normalcy ever since schools closed in March. But one question looms - when can they go back to class?

Betsy DeVos
How is DeVos’ Attempt to Use Pandemic Funding For Private Schools Playing Out in Arizona?

The president of the Arizona Education Association says DeVos' guidance harms public school students by shifting funds to wealthy private schools.