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Reflections from growing up in rural Arizona

By Richard Daniel As I reflect back on my childhood experiences growing up in Superior, I think about the people who helped shape my interest in education. My earliest recollection of thinking about college came in third grade, when my teacher asked me, “What do you want to be when you grow up?” I said […]

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New Report Identifies Key Barriers to College Access in Rural Arizona

    Key Barriers to College Access in Rural Arizona Identified in New Report College Success Arizona’s Findings Shed Light on Ways to Support Low-Income and First-Generation Families Date:  October 11, 2018 Phoenix, Arizona – Today, College Success Arizona released a new report, How Information and Opportunity Gaps Limit College-Going in Rural Arizona, that examines barriers […]

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A Walk Among Giants

By Marjorie DeRubeis   Any parent will tell you that in parenting there are moments of horror sprinkled in between those peaks of pride. Parenting is not for the weak of heart, but if you’re lucky enough to get the job, it can be the most rewarding. My ten-year-old daughter is a volleyball player. We encourage […]

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