The Phoenix Union High School District, which serves more than 28,000 students, announced Friday that it will continue distance learning into March. The district hasn’t reopened classrooms since the pandemic began.
Gov. Doug Ducey wants to reduce taxes by $200 million this coming budget year — and another $200 million a year in each of the following two years — but isn't ready to say who he wants to get that relief.
Disputes happen between countries on a daily basis. Unfortunately, some are fought on battlefields and lead to deaths. But most end up in courtrooms or arbitration hearings, and it takes a certain expertise to understand how the laws of other nations work.
A judge on Thursday rejected one of several constitutional challenges to a new voter-approved tax on the wealthy to fund education but put off deciding on several other legal arguments brought by opponents.
Gov. Doug Ducey’s statement on funding public schools has raised many eyebrows since his State of the State speech — and many education advocates took the words as a threat: Return to in-person learning or lose funding.
Approximately, 122,000 ASU students are enrolled for the spring semester, an increase of more than 7% over last January. Some of the biggest jumps were among its master’s degree students and ASU Online students.
Gov. Doug Ducey used his annual State of the State address to laud his administration’s COVID-19 policies and spread a hopeful message now that vaccines are being distributed in Arizona. → WATCH: Ducey Delivers State Of The State
Arizona colleges and universities are planning to continue offering a combination of in-person, hybrid and online classes, and implement COVID-19 mitigation strategies as they start their spring semesters this week. One big difference this semester is the cancellation of spring semester due to COVID-19-related concerns.
Last week, Arizona State University announced professors who are teaching in person are next in line for COVID-19 vaccines. Campus workers are upset they’re not included and immediately requested all sorts of changes for the spring semester starting Monday.
As the coronavirus pandemic continues to worsen and the number of infections, hospitalizations and deaths continues to rise in Arizona and elsewhere, medical schools say they’re seeing an increase in applications. And in some cases, they’re seeing a big increase.
Now, Mongolia may enter the climate record books for the highest surface air pressure ever recorded.
Arizona State University professor and climatologist Randy Cerveny coordinates the World Meteorological Organization’s evaluation of climate extremes. He’s looking into the Mongolia numbers.
Employees at Arizona State University are in the process of forming a union. Laurie Stoff is on the organizing committee and says members don’t see themselves as being adversarial with the university, but rather as dedicated employees trying to make ASU the best it can be.
Pinal County entered Phase 1B last week of COVID-19 vaccinations, making it the first county, and until Tuesday, was the only county in the state to reach that phase. This means Pinal County educators are now eligible to sign up to get the vaccine, along with health-care workers and others in the Phase 1A category.