Originally submitted by UA James E. Rogers College of Law:
Americans are engaged in an important and vigorous debate over the best way to stem gun violence, but the heated argument begs the question: What do the numbers show? Stanford Law School Professor John Donohue III, one of the world’s leading empirical legal researchers, will give a public lecture on the subject at The University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law.
The public is invited to join Arizona Representative Raul Grijalva in a discussion on the reauthorization of No Child Left Behind (ESEA) and what it means for Arizona students.
“This bill rolls back forty-five years of progress in giving disadvantaged and low-income children a good education,” stated Grijalva in a recent news release. “If we expect American students to succeed, in this
Candace Doerr, a Sewell Elementary teacher was one of 2013 ING Unsung Heroes award winners. A program that ING introduced some 17 years ago that honors educators from across the U.S. who work tirelessly, and many times without recognition, to help make an impact in the classroom on their students.
Several of the winning programs over the years have enabled