One teacher who attended the Institute last year returned to his classroom in Holbrook determined to start a new course on indigenous arts. “I can’t change their history, but I want to change their perspective on what schools can be and what our school can be so that we can better serve them,” said Zak Adams said.
Several financial organizations, including the International Monetary Fund have been lowering ratings and forecasts on Mexico’s economy. The Mexican president says he mistrusts these organizations. But what does the downgrading of Mexico’s economy mean?
The Arizona Department of Corrections issued a new Department Order that omitted “Elected Officials” and “News Media” from a list of individuals allowed to request prison tours. The new order also removed a clause exempting elected officials from the process.
The Show presents a new monthly conversation with longtime Phoenix writer Amy Silverman. Her new Phoenix Magazine column details the experience of two parents caring for their 16-year old son who has intellectual disabilities.
A new lineup has led to different approach by the Commission. In part, that included the implementation of a new energy shutoff policy following the news that more than one APS customer died after power had been turned off due to a lack of payment.
Fire crews are dealing with gusty winds as they battle the Museum Fire burning more than two and a half square miles north of Flagstaff. Firefighters are using a web of trails and forest roads to try to box the fire in and keep it away from homes.
Attorney General Mark Brnovich wants state lawmakers to debate and enact a recreational marijuana program rather than risk an industry-crafted measure from becoming the law of the land at the ballot box.