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Los Votantes de Arizona Apoyan un Aumento de Ingresos para Maestros y Fondos Para Estudiantes

Los Votantes de Arizona Apoyan un Aumento de Ingresos para Maestros y Fondos Para Estudiantes

PHOENIX – Por segundo año consecutivo, los votantes de Arizona creen que la educación es el problema más importante que enfrenta nuestro estado. De hecho, los resultados de una encuesta a nivel estatal de probables votantes de Arizona, realizada a

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Faculty, Students See New Role for Latin American Studies in AZ, US

Faculty, Students See New Role for Latin American Studies in AZ, US

Janet Castillo has focused mainly on theater and politics in the new Latin American studies program at Arizona State University’s West campus. (Photo by Hope Flores/Cronkite News) By Hope Flores | Cronkite News As President-elect Donald Trump approaches his inauguration amidst

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5 Useful Tips to Get the Kids Ready for Back to School

5 Useful Tips to Get the Kids Ready for Back to School

It’s that time of the year again – time to get the kids back on a new sleeping schedule, hit the stores for the best deals on school supplies, and get everyone mentally-prepared for a whole new academic year. But

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Arizona Community Foundation Provides $250,000 Grant to Help Thriving Together Initiative

Arizona Community Foundation Provides $250,000 Grant to Help Thriving Together Initiative

(Phoenix, Ariz.) – The Arizona Community Foundation is providing $250,000, through its Ellis Center for Educational Excellence, to support the Thriving Together initiative in Phoenix over the next three years. The first of its kind in Arizona, the Thriving Together initiative

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Rep. Sinema to join ASU Students, Education Leaders in Call for College Affordability

Rep. Sinema to join ASU Students, Education Leaders in Call for College Affordability

(Tempe, Ariz.) ― On Tuesday, November 10, 2015, the National Education Association’s “Degrees Not Debt” campaign & the Arizona State University Young Democrats will host a “State of the Student Debt Crisis” public event at ASU’s Tempe campus to educate the public

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Back-to-School Jitters: 5 Ways to Ease First Day Worries

By Jill Provost  The thought of sending your little one off to school may be causing you some anxiety, but chances are, it’s affecting your kid too. Here are five ways to help calm your child’s nerves — and in

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Report: Arizona ahead of the game on its after-school programs

By MIRANDA RIVERS Cronkite News WASHINGTON – Arizona ranked sixth in a new national report on the quality of after-school programs, with the state’s score driven by the large number of poor kids enrolled and by relatively high parental satisfaction. The Afterschool

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Arizona schools saw some of nation’s steepest spending cuts, report says

By MIRANDA RIVERS Cronkite News WASHINGTON – Arizona’s per-pupil spending has fallen 17.5 percent since 2008, the third-deepest rate of K-12 education cuts in the nation, according to a report released Thursday. The Center on Budget and Policy Priorities report said most states saw

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ASU wins $4M innovation grant to expand education access

Arizona State University is among 24 colleges and universities nationwide being awarded significant grants by the U.S. Department of Education to develop and test new approaches to increase educational access and college completion rates of low-income students. ASU received the

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Record 82,000 students choose ASU

While college enrollments nationwide may have slowed in recent years, Arizona State University continues to draw record numbers of academically qualified students who are eager to learn and embark on their journey to a better life. As the fall 2014

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