Who knows what will happen tonight as our Minister of Education, the same one making censorship monitors enter TUSD classrooms to make sure no banned Ethnic Studies teachings are being taught, comes to the Old Pueblo tonight.
It has now been over 170 days since the TUSD school board president Adelita Grijalva missed her deadline to submit campaign finance reports to the county.
The good news is that Maricopa Community College will now offer DREAMers a chance to go to college at the same cost that others living in Arizona get to pay.
Earlier this week we wrote about the new developments in the TUSD “internal auditor” saga. For more background on that issue click here to read our article from a few days ago to get caught up. Briefly:
Three Sonorans Note: We stress the significance in the information below regarding the Fisher Plaintiffs on the Desegregation Case. This is important because the person who claims to be representing the Fishers has been working so hard to dismantle the good that the Deseg Order has brought around, from admitting she was against the Mexican American Studies program that was protected in the Post-Unitary Status Plan, to now supporting legislation that would take away the entire Deseg Budget.