Teachers from BASIS North Tucson voted 34-17 last month to become the first unionized charter school in Arizona.
Religious leaders attended Thursday’s board meeting and implored those accusing the board of religious discrimination to stop acting “anti-Christian.”
Washington Elementary School District, representing north central Phoenix and east Glendale, voted to end its contract with Arizona Christian University because the university’s values do not align with WESD’s.
School staffers across Arizona may increasingly find themselves pressed to fill in on other jobs, as school districts struggle to fill positions across the board.
Arizona’s 4th Legislative District covers Paradise Valley north Scottsdale, and north Phoenix, between Camelback Road, State Route 51, and State Route 101.
Phoenix poet Austin Davis, who is holding a workshop in Tempe on Oct. 15, says writing has helped him process his mental health conditions.
Republican lawmakers unanimously passed the restrictive education law while ignoring proposals that would properly fund Arizona schools.
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