After a 25-year run as one of the nation's top party schools, Arizona State University's party-school reputation is likely dead in the eyes of national party-analysts.Just a week after Newsweek gave ASU one of the school's lowest party rankings of all-time at 24th in the nation, the just-released Pr ... More >>
graphicshunt.comIt appears that Arizona State University students are just drunk enough to somewhat impress the folks at the Princeton Review.ASU ranked number 17 this year in the publication's list of top party schools in the nation, which is an improvement from last year's ranking of... oh wait ... More >>
Get ready to say a mouthful as the Scottsdale Culinary Institute changes its name to Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts. Maybe we should be excited--Julia Child, who was featured in the now-on-DVD movie Julie & Julia, attended the Le Cordon Bleu school in Paris. There are cur ... More >>
Did you ever think you'd live to see the day when ASU students weren't partying enough? Well, it's arrived.Un-tap the keg, and turn out the lights; Arizona State University's reign as one of the nations top party schools is coming to an end, according to a recent survey. This year ... More >>
Arizona Department of Education Superintendent Tom Horne If they weren't born here, 96.5 percent of Arizona high school students would not qualify to be United States citizens, according to a study released last week by the Goldwater Institute. The "Freedom From Responsibility" survey shows that o ... More >>
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Finding the Colorado City school district's airplane could lead to polygamist prophet Warren Jeffs' arrest
A new state law wrests control of Colorado City schools away from polygamist zealots
A bill before the Legislature would allow the state to begin reforming a society that steals public money and abuses underage girls
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From the week of December 27, 2001
The Arizona Department of Juvenile Corrections fails the state's worst kids
County schools chief Dowling is still a one-woman school board
Federal ruling in bilingual-education lawsuit goes unheeded by state officials
Year after year, Murphy school district officials watched their students die in a hail of violence. They decided to take matters into their own hands.
It takes a report card to keep the Valley's alternative education scene straight
This is not the way your grandfather learned English
The state's unabashed enthusiasm for charter schools stops at the borders of Indian reservations
Maricopa County schools chief's foes hope to wing Sandy Dowling's latest power play
The court has spoken; lawmakers stand in defiance. But if the state Legislature doesn't come up with a constitutional school finance plan by July, school's out forever.
Former employees hand county schools chief flunking grade in public ethics
Maricopa County schools chief Sandra Dowling plays to win--of course, as a governing board of one, she doesn't have much competition
Does the newest member of the state Board of Education really believe that Satan lurks in Arizona classrooms?
The free market alone was supposed to control charter schools, but the state is stepping in to clean up Gail Battistella's mess at Dragonfleye Charter School
In praise of creative finances
State Board of Education censures former principal who failed to report molestation complaints
Stop the presses: Here's some rare good news about public schools
High school student who defended himself fights his suspension
Controversy--often racially charged--has been a constant companion of school administrator Charles Townsel. Now his job is on the line again and people in South Phoenix are choosing up sides.
Law enforcement lobby imperils bill that would create a list of government records sealed from the public's view
The Symington administration touts market-based reform as a cure for Arizona's educational ills. Behind that rhetoric, state policies are driving public schools toward financial collapse.
PHOENIX UNION'S DESEGREGATION PROGRAM PASSED WITH FLYING COLORS. BUT THE SCHOOL SYSTEM FLUNKED OUT WHEN IT CAME TO EDUCATING KIDS.
SYMINGTON PLEDGED TO IDENTIFY AND FIX "URGENT" PROBLEMS IN THE STATE'S POOREST SCHOOLS. BUT HE NEVER EXPECTED A $103 MILLION TAB.
A SCOTTSDALE PARENTS' GROUP WITH TIES TO PAY ROBERTSON IS MAKING SURE THE SEX-ED CURRICULUM DOESN'T GO ALL THE WAY
SCHOOL-BOARD ELECTIONS ARE IMPORTANT. VICIOUS, GOOFY AND CONFUSING, TOO.
NEARLY HALF OF ARIZONA'S HISPANIC CHILDREN DROP OUT OF PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOLS. SOME PARENTS THINK THE SOLUTION IS HISPANIC CHARTER SCHOOLS.
ONLY IN THE MADISON SCHOOL DISTRICT COULD A PERSONAL SQUABBLE END UP IN COURT
FOR ONCE, BIG BUSINESS AND EDUCATORS ARE IN CONCERT. BUT WILL LAWMAKERS FACE THE MUSIC
SLIPSHOD BACKROUND CHEDKS, SCHOOL BOARDS THAT CUT DEALS, AND COLLEAGUES WHO PROTECT THEIR OWN. WHEN IT COMES TO TEACHERS WHO MOLEST, THE BIG PICTURE ISN'T PRETTY.
NO ONE IN FLAGSTAFF COULD BELIEVE THE CHARGES AGAINST THE TOWN'S FAVORITE MUSIC TEACHER. THEY DIDN'T KNOW WHAT HAD HAPPENED IN MESA.
TWO VALLEY SCHOOL DISTRICTS HIRED A CHILD MOLESTER WHO CALLED MOLESTER WHO CALLED HIMSELF "THE GOD OF A'S AND F'S." IT WILL HAPPEN AGAIN.