Encourages reports of school lessons that detract from teaching academic standards/em> Arizona schools chief Tom Horne has launched the Department of Education “Empower Hotline” so that Arizonans can report inappropriate public school lessons that detract from teaching academic standards. These include those that focus on race or ethnicity, rather than individuals and merit, promoting gender
Pam Pearsall takes a tour of The Launch Pad with the Director, Courtney Osterfelt, and Ren, the Program Coordinator. They explore the Moon Cafe and discuss the apprenticeship program, the music room, the game room, and the art room. The Teen Leadership group has an office and a meeting room as well.
Image courtesy of Depositphotos Additional Opportunities for Kids to Catch Up on Math, Reading, Civics Summer is drawing to a close, but the mission of AZ OnTrack Summer Camp is far from over. Parents have another opportunity to catch their kids up in math, reading and American civics with the AZ OnTrack Parent Guide launched in partnership
Photo: Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin, left, greets U.S. Army Gen. Scott Miller, the former top U.S. commander in Afghanistan. It took only two months for U.S. invaders to topple the Taliban in Afghanistan in 2001, a seemingly tidy success against a government that had given refuge to 9/11 mastermind Osama bin Laden. Twenty years later, the United
On the March day that Italy recorded its single biggest jump in coronavirus fatalities, Pope Francis emerged from lockdown to offer an extraordinary prayer and plea to his flock to reassess their priorities, arguing the virus had proved they needed one another. Francis’ words from the rain-slicked promenade of St. Peter’s Basilica encapsulated the core