There’s been a lot of emphasis on STEM education — science, technology, engineering and math — across the Valley and the country. But increasingly, educators are urging going from STEM to STEAM — that is, to add in the arts.
A northern Arizona lawmaker wants to change who can vote in future state elections and amend two statewide voter initiatives. The plan involves amending two statewide initiatives, including the minimum-wage increase.
A pharmaceutical distribution company with Arizona ties has agreed to the largest fine in the history of the Drug Enforcement Administration. The McKesson Corporation will pay $150 million in penalties and suspend sales at distribution centers in four states.
More than 30 school superintendents will sit down with hundreds of community leaders Thursday at Grand Canyon University, where the goal will be to come up with new ways they can work together to support Arizona students.
New research of parents in upper middle class families suggests they should obsess less about their kids’ grades, and spend more time teaching kindness and social skills — and that failing to do so could be to the detriment of their child’s future success.