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Here’s why math, English and ICT skills are important for employers

27 Apr

Over, the last decade, a great emphasis has been placed on math, English, and ICT skills. These core skills are…

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Want to be seen as cool? Just say, ‘Cheese!’

25 Apr

What makes a person cool? Is it clothes? Attitude? Social standing? One University of Arizona researcher says the difference in…

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GCU will celebrate its largest graduating class

25 Apr

What started as one of the most significant school years in Grand Canyon University’s 69-year history will end that way, as the…

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ASU real estate development students put creativity to the test

23 Apr

The 2017 winner was a mixed-use development at Dorsey Lane and Apache Boulevard in Tempe. It featured six separate parcels…

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Arizona fourth- and eighth-graders trail U.S. on math, reading scores

20 Apr

Math and reading test scores for Arizona’s fourth- and eighth-grade students fell below their peers nationally in 2017, according to…

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Arizona Technology Council supports Ducey’s education plan

19 Apr

The Arizona Technology Council, the state’s largest trade association for technology businesses and a longtime leader of the technology community, today…

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Could standardized law school test become optional?

17 Apr

The requirement that American Bar Association-approved law schools require applicants to submit a standardized law school admissions test as part…

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3rd BASIS Charter School coming to Scottsdale

16 Apr

A new BASIS charter school serving primary grades K-4 is set to open in Scottsdale in the fall of 2018. It will…

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Some can combat dementia using still-healthy parts of brain

15 Apr

People with a rare dementia that initially attacks the language center of the brain recruit other areas of the brain…

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Ducey proposes 20% raise for teachers by 2020

13 Apr

Gov. Doug Ducey announced Thursday a plan to increase teacher salaries 20 percent by 2020. This fiscal year, teachers would…

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