Education


Women’s March in Tucson—Mayor’s prepared remarks

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Programs like Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid, that have brought a measure of security to millions and millions of older and disabled Americans; programs like the Affordable Care Act, that have insured more than 20 million Americans—these and many other programs are under attack.

Yet these are the programs that helped make this country great…

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Mayor launches Great Start Program

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The program provides school districts with tickets to distribute to students so they can experience the arts, history and science at local museums and attractions.

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Call for nominations: Tucson Poet Laureate

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Nominations Open: December 1, 2016 Deadline for Nominations: February 1, 2017, 5:00 PM Review Panel to Select 3 Finalists: February 18, 2017 Final Selection by Tucson Mayor: March 1, 2017 CALL FOR NOMINATIONS: TUCSON POET LAUREATE NOMINATION MATERIALS ACCEPTED DECEMBER 1, 2016–FEBRUARY 1, 2017, 5:00 PM OVERVIEW The City of Tucson, the Arts Foundation for […]

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Trade mission to Guadalajara

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Tucson Mayor Jonathan Rothschild is visiting Guadalajara—a sister city with Tucson—for several days this week to promote trade and tourism. Guadalajara is a city of more than 1.4 million inhabitants in the southwestern Mexican state of Jalisco. The University of Arizona has longstanding ties with the University of Guadalajara, the second-oldest university in Mexico, and […]

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Groundbreaking at Banner University Medical Center Tucson

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Banner University Medical Center Tucson celebrated the start of construction of its new 9-story patient tower at a groundbreaking ceremony this morning—the first construction project undertaken as part of a 30-year agreement between the University of Arizona and Banner Health.

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