Some days you wonder if you are making a difference. You question if your life has purpose. Are you in the right place? Are you are doing what you were meant to do with your life?
Blake Norvell is gone, but his achievements—and his smile—won’t be forgotten. William “Blake” Norvell died May 28, and it took only days for family and...
In line with its commitment to support early childhood education, a major Valley grant-making organization has awarded half a million dollars to Tempe’s free...
Complaints of bullying through social media, combined with fears of school shootings, and even the unpredictable threat of terrorism, are all recent social and emotional issues that add to societal stress and impact teens.
Arredondo took note of all its students who had met or exceeded their winter testing goals and created small posters that staff members would hang up on the doors of the students’ homes as a surprise.
Junior Achievement’s “18 Under 18 Awards” gives outstanding teens in Arizona the recognition that they deserve for their display of leadership, community service and entrepreneurial spirit.
Half a world away, young students living in war-torn and poverty-stricken locations—such as Afghanistan, Pakistan and Tajikistan--make their best efforts each day to gain an education in makeshift schoolrooms, while working with few educational supplies.
A simple thank-you goes a long way in letting someone know you appreciate their work.
Students collaborate with peers and instructors, both in person at the school and online each day so that learning is not accomplished in isolation.
After an alarming uptick in teen suicides in the East Valley late last year, Kyrene educators and students were among thousands who took action by attending a conference aimed at prevention.