Stories tagged: "education"

Workers organize ballots at the Maricopa County Recorder's Office Thursday, Nov. 8, 2018, in Phoenix. There are several races too close to call in Arizona, especially the Senate race between Democratic candidate Kyrsten Sinema and Republican candidate Martha McSally. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)
Health Care, Marijuana, and Education: Here’s What Could Change in 2021 in AZ

Organizers for three different ballot initiatives submitted signatures this week that would reshape Arizona's healthcare, education, and marijuana systems.

Black Organizing Project Youth Leader Imani Snodgrass advocating for equal rights during their car caravan in early June. Community members visited the homes of Oakland school board members to urge them to support removing police from schools. (Photo courtesy of Ryan Sin Photography/Black Organizing Project)
This Group Has Been Fighting to Remove Cops From Schools for Over a Decade

The Phoenix Union High School District is considering joining with districts nationwide in ending its contract to have police officers on campus.

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.

Students all over the country have been showing their teachers how much they miss them with posters and waiting for them to drive by their houses in what seems to be caravans of love.
This Is How Teachers Show Love During Coronavirus

Students and teachers can't be with each other every day. But some have found sweet ways to stay connected and show love and appreciation beyond video chat classrooms.

A member of the Binary Bots looks tests their work. Photo courtesy Facebook.
Kids Offered Free STEM, Spanish, and College Prep Virtual Tutoring From Sí Se Puede Foundation

The Sí Se Puede Foundation is offering free virtual tutoring on subjects including STEM, Spanish, and College Prep.

I’m an Educator, Mom, and Grandma. And I’m Here to Help Arizona Parents Keep Kids Educated Amidst Coronavirus

"Since the first cases were reported, the pendulum has not been swinging; it is spinning and the education world is trying to hang on."

Arizona Schools
Arizona Schools Are Closing. Experts Explain How This Could Have Been Avoided

Failure to increase coronavirus testing has left local leaders with limited information on how widespread the virus really is.