Education Briefs

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Check out a book and a Kill A Watt meter

BRIEFS Generous scholarships at GCU MIM field trip for educators Nominate a teacher for the CPLC Esperanza Latino Teacher Awards Ever wonder how much energy that lava lamp or extra freezer in the garage suck up and add to your utility bill? Now you can find out by going to a Phoenix library and checking […]

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Generous scholarships at GCU

BRIEFS Check out a book and a Kill A Watt meter MIM field trip for educators Nominate a teacher for the CPLC Esperanza Latino Teacher Awards Grand Canyon University is offering generous scholarships and on-campus tuition freeze to students who transfer from community colleges and other post-secondary schools.  Students can be awarded up to $7,000 […]

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MIM field trip for educators

BRIEFS Check out a book and a Kill A Watt meter Generous scholarships at GCU Nominate a teacher for the CPLC Esperanza Latino Teacher Awards Before getting too entrenched in the school year, the Musical Instrument Museum (MIM) wants teachers, principals and home-school educators who have not been to the museum to come by on […]

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Nominate a teacher for the CPLC Esperanza Latino Teacher Awards

BRIEFS Check out a book and a Kill A Watt meter Generous scholarships at GCU MIM field trip for educators Chicanos Por La Causa, Inc. (CPLC) is in search of outstanding teachers from across the state of Arizona to honor them with an Esperanza Latino Teacher Award.  Superintendents, school principals and fellow teachers are encouraged […]

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Stella takes on the bad guys

BRIEFS Nature fest in Sierra Vista ASU launches middle school for gifted students New high school, free laptops And one for the girls Latino Perspectives Magazine columnist and award-winning autora Stella Pope Duarte will be teaching the intricacies of juicy character development in a writing workshop on Friday, August 12 at Changing Hands Book Store called […]

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New high school, free laptops

BRIEFS Nature fest in Sierra Vista ASU launches middle school for gifted students Stella takes on the bad guys And one for the girls Pima Prevention Partnership, a Tucson and Phoenix-based nonprofit, has added a public high school located in the Phoenix Union High School District: Arizona Collegiate High School. The 20,000-square-foot campus will open […]

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And one for the girls

Girls in metro Phoenix in grades 9-12 will now have an option to attend the first all-girls public charter high school in the Valley, thanks to Florence Crittenton. BRIEFS Nature fest in Sierra Vista ASU launches middle school for gifted students Stella takes on the bad guys New high school, free laptops One of Arizona’s […]

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Nature fest in Sierra Vista

BRIEFS ASU launches middle school for gifted students Stella takes on the bad guys New high school, free laptops And one for the girls Southwest Wings is the longest-running nature festival in the state, and will continue to be, as long as the Monument Fire doesn’t have its way. Scheduled to run from Wednesday, August […]

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ASU launches middle school for gifted students

Applications for as many as 40 students entering seventh grade are now being accepted for the Gary K. Herberger Young Scholars Academy – the first school in Arizona for gifted students opening this August. BRIEFS Nature fest in Sierra Vista Stella takes on the bad guys New high school, free laptops And one for the […]

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Now, something para los adultos

BRIEFS Free Komen conference for breast cancer survivors MIM fun para los chicos College Depot gets students ready A Phoenix Point of Pride for good reason, Desert Botanical Garden is offering plenty of classes sure to pique everyone’s interest with one topic or another, ranging from photography and geography to cooking and compost. Here are […]