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Living with the Land Lecture Series – The Cosanti Foundation

This October, The Cosanti Foundation is proud to present 4 lively lectures on what it is like to live in a harsh desert environment – something Arizonans know a lot about. Featuring thought-leaders and scholars in their respective fields, the lectures explore and reexamine the delicate balance between the Earth’s ecology and humankind’s impact on our planet. Known for its ecologically significant architecture at

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Arizona Is the 4th Least Safe State for Schools to Reopen – WalletHub Study

With some students learning online or experiencing a hybrid of online and in-person classes due to COVID-19, the personal-finance website WalletHub today released its report on the Safest States for Schools to Reopen . To identify which states have the safest conditions for reopening schools, WalletHub compared the 50 states across 15 key metrics. Our

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Trinity Christian School Breaks Ground for new campus on north end of Prescott

Joy in our Journey!  September 15, 2020, was a day of celebration for Trinity Christian School’s families and community of friends.  Together with our community members – elected officials, business partners, donors, and school leadership, ground was broken complete with golden shovels and hard hats.  Chris Blight, Chairman of the Trinity Board, and Kyle Maestri,

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Arizona Department of Education Announces Partnership with the Center for Recruitment and Retention of Mathematics Teachers to Support Math Professional Learning for All Teachers

The Arizona Department of Education (ADE) is excited to announce a new partnership, supported by CARES Act funds, with the University of Arizona (UA) to offer new free professional learning opportunities for Math teachers statewide through September 2021. The UA Department of Mathematics Center for Recruitment and Retention of Mathematics Teachers (CRR) will partner with ADE to

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Deaf students at Arizona school will learn virtually, but not without obstacles

Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, students are adjusting to their new normal when it comes to online classes, virtual events and social distancing to prevent the spread of the disease. But for deaf and hard of hearing students in Arizona public schools, as well as for many more enrolled in private schools, these adjustments introduce new

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