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31 scholarship providers and 130 high school students attended the event in Prescott. Now, students in the Verde Valley have a similar opportunity. 

Educators Welcomed the Flexibility in the Federal Standards for Implementation of the New Every Student Succeeds Act, Saying It Recognizes the “Tremendous Diversity” of Schools in the State

Ruth Oliver, a 16-Year-Old Who Received a Rare Perfect Score on Her ACT, Plans to Become an Astronaut

 

Lumberjack Men’s Cross Country Team Clinched the National NCAA Championship Title for the First Time in School History

 

Retired Astronaut Nicole Stott to Speak at Embry-Riddle Prescott, Worldwide Fall Commencement Ceremony

The Engineering Program at Northern Arizona University Was Ranked in the U.S. News Best Colleges, 2017 Edition, Released This Week

 

State Educators Welcomed the Gains While Acknowledging That There Is Still Work to Be Done

Arizona has the Highest Percent-Change Cut in Education Funding From 2008 to 2014, More Than Any Other State

 

Sage Foreman, 12, a Seventh-Grader at Centerra Mirage STEM Academy in Goodyear, Was One of a Handful of Students Invited to the White House as a “Kid Science Adviser."

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It’s beyond challenging to gather national news from Prescott, Arizona! That’s where Grabien comes in.
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