An emerging trend in education is mandatory testing for traits commonly known as social-emotional learning. Its focus is to teach life skills such as self-control, discipline and conscientiousness.
A drop in enrollment for Kyrene schools appears poised to begin a reversal, due to a stronger birth rate and more turnover in neighborhoods, according to a new update.
Teacher retention continues to challenge school districts in Arizona, and the Kyrene District is no exception.
A student art exhibit, the 2001 forerunner of which was named Best in the U.S. by the nation’s architects, will have a 2016 rebirth Tuesday, Feb. 9, at Summit School of Ahwatukee.
The room buzzes with excitement as Allison Rund, Corona social studies teacher and Competition Government team coach, explains to students their tasks for the day.
More and more these days, Kyrene Middle School administrators are saying out with the old and in with the new by implementing innovative technological and course changes to help accelerate learning.
Kyrene Superintendent Dr. David Schauer, the chief executive for the high-performing school district for the past 10 years, will retire in a few months.
Flora Farago helped bring 500 ASU students together to fight social injustice. Kristyn Taylor St. Yves organized teens at Tempe High School to serve as peer educators for middle school students. A team from Kyrene del Norte Elementary School laid the framework for an exploration of the relationships between race and schooling. All these and […]
Bernadette Coggins is the new president of the Kyrene School District Governing Board, succeeding Ross Robb. Wrangler News correspondent Diana Whittle asked Coggins about the opportunities and challenges she sees facing the board in the coming year.
High school is a challenging transition for teenagers.