Hundreds of former employees of Arizona's second largest school district by enrollment were blacklisted from ever working for the district again, despite never having serious disciplinary issues on their employment records.
Red and green chiles have been part of New Mexico’s culture for more than a century. But today, demand is starting to outpace supply, meaning many restaurants are now struggling to make it through the year on their locally grown stashes.
Dementia is one of the leading causes of death in Arizona, and Hospice of the Valley is planning a new Dementia Care and Education Campus. It will be built on the former site of the Scottsdale Unified School District near 44th Street and Indian School Road.
A report from the nation’s top civil rights authority outlines how states are failing to provide equal opportunities to poor and minority students and calls on congress to make public education a federal right.