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Classroom Inclusion Classroom Inclusion Local teacher recognized for overcoming adversity, dedicating career to improving student lives October 17, 2019

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  • Classroom Inclusion
  • Classroom Inclusion

    Local teacher recognized for overcoming adversity, dedicating career to improving student lives
      After a long and fulfilling career in public education, Cecelia Padilla was recently surprised with the Esperanza award. Provided by local Latino advocacy group Chicanos Por La Causa, the award is given to four outstanding teachers in Arizona each year. Winners receive a $5,000 cash prize and a $2,500 stipend is given to their school.
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  • Three’s Company
  • Three’s Company

    Trio of eastsiders vying for city council in Ward 4
      With Democrat Shirley Scott giving up her City Council seat after six terms, three candidates are vying to replace her in southeast side Ward 4.
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  • A Guiding Hand
  • A Guiding Hand

    Reach to Recovery offers peer support for breast cancer patients
      Through their Reach to Recovery program, ACS recruits breast cancer survivors across the country to work as volunteers. Based on information about their diagnosis, treatments and other characteristics, the volunteers are matched with current breast cancer patients, whom they schedule meetings with to discuss the patients’ issues and provide support from a person who has experienced it.
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  • Hack the Vote
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    Tucson demonstrators want federal action for election security
      Punctuated by honks of support from cars passing through the intersection of Congress Street and Granada Avenue, individuals took to a makeshift podium on the street corner to speak about why they believe it’s imperative that the federal government invest in voting machine security and ensure that every vote in the 2020 election is counted and properly audited.
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  • Schoolhouse Funds
  • Schoolhouse Funds

    Amphi prepares fourth budget override election
      Although the state government started putting dollars back into public education, school districts like Amphitheater Public Schools continue to turn to nearby homeowners to fill the funding gap so local kids can receive a quality education.
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