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    Take GRE Instead NEWS People are so frustrated and not being heard that they re going to any lengths Ranchers Oppose Grand Canyon Monument Proposal NEWS Teachers experts and advocacy groups break down top education issues AZ WEEK Excellence in Classroom Amid Challenges Dímelo Stories of the Southwest A 2015 2016 project for AIR s Localore Finding America Arizona Week Tonight at 8 30 p m on PBS 6 VIEW MORE INFORMATION FOR THIS SHOW Arizona Week looks at the Border Strike Force a statewide effort to stop drug and human smuggling and hears from sheriffs along the international line Arizona Spotlight Today at 8 30 a m and 6 p m on NPR 89 1 VIEW COMPLETE SCHEDULE FOR THIS DAY A Tucson Latina dives into grassroots politics Shakespeare s First Folio is coming to the U of A the Gem and Mineral Show Beth Surdut on coyotes Verdi s Il Trovatore Saturday Feb 13th at 11 a m on Classical 90 5 VIEW COMPLETE SCHEDULE FOR THIS DAY Metropolitan Opera broadcasts continue on Classical 90 5 at 11 00 a m this Saturday February 13 with a performance of Il Trovatore by Giuseppe Verdi Metro Week Fridays 6 30 pm Sundays 10 30 am Andrea Kelly hosts Metro Week a regionally focused news and public affairs program featuring in depth reporting and a journalists roundtable discussion LATEST EPISODE Episode 77 Pima County Health Providers Should Focus on Mental Health Addiction NEXT TIME Candidates for city council Arizona Week Fridays 8 30 pm Sundays 11 00 am Host Lorraine Rivera brings depth and perspective to the top issues of the week LATEST EPISODE AZ WEEK Excellence in Classroom Amid Challenges NEXT TIME Tucson Hispanic market outlook report Arizona Spotlight Fridays 8 30 am 6 pm Saturdays 5 pm Arizona

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    Take GRE Instead NEWS People are so frustrated and not being heard that they re going to any lengths Ranchers Oppose Grand Canyon Monument Proposal NEWS Teachers experts and advocacy groups break down top education issues AZ WEEK Excellence in Classroom Amid Challenges Dímelo Stories of the Southwest A 2015 2016 project for AIR s Localore Finding America Arizona Week Tonight at 8 30 p m on PBS 6 VIEW MORE INFORMATION FOR THIS SHOW Arizona Week looks at the Border Strike Force a statewide effort to stop drug and human smuggling and hears from sheriffs along the international line Arizona Spotlight Today at 8 30 a m and 6 p m on NPR 89 1 VIEW COMPLETE SCHEDULE FOR THIS DAY A Tucson Latina dives into grassroots politics Shakespeare s First Folio is coming to the U of A the Gem and Mineral Show Beth Surdut on coyotes Verdi s Il Trovatore Saturday Feb 13th at 11 a m on Classical 90 5 VIEW COMPLETE SCHEDULE FOR THIS DAY Metropolitan Opera broadcasts continue on Classical 90 5 at 11 00 a m this Saturday February 13 with a performance of Il Trovatore by Giuseppe Verdi Metro Week Fridays 6 30 pm Sundays 10 30 am Andrea Kelly hosts Metro Week a regionally focused news and public affairs program featuring in depth reporting and a journalists roundtable discussion LATEST EPISODE Episode 77 Pima County Health Providers Should Focus on Mental Health Addiction NEXT TIME Candidates for city council Arizona Week Fridays 8 30 pm Sundays 11 00 am Host Lorraine Rivera brings depth and perspective to the top issues of the week LATEST EPISODE AZ WEEK Excellence in Classroom Amid Challenges NEXT TIME Tucson Hispanic market outlook report Arizona Spotlight Fridays 8 30 am 6 pm Saturdays 5 pm Arizona

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  • Nature: Raising the Dinosaur Giant - Arizona Public Media
    AZPM encourages comments but comments that contain profanity unrelated information threats libel defamatory statements obscenities pornography or that violate the law are not allowed Comments that promote commercial products or services are not allowed Comments in violation of this policy will be removed Continued posting of comments that violate this policy will result in the commenter being banned from the site By submitting your comments you hereby give AZPM the right to post your comments and potentially use them in any other form of media operated by this institution Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Disqus Share This f g k t Related Stories American Experience Murder of a President Follow the life of James Garfield one of the most extraordinary men ever elected president Tuesday at 9 p m on PBS 6 INDEPENDENT LENS In Football We Trust Explore the Polynesian pipeline to the NFL through the lives of high school players in Utah Monday at 10 p m on PBS 6 Hollywood at Home Alien After answering an SOS a crew encounters a merciless and horrific creature aboard a space tanker Saturday at 9 p m on PBS 6 story categories Contact AZPM Connect About

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  • Dímelo: Stories of the Southwest Wants to Hear From You! - Arizona Public Media
    sharing a moment from your life Dímelo endeavors to spark continuing conversations about major issues affecting your community based around your lived experiences Visit our website here for more info dimelostories org Contesta en Español MORE Dímelo Comment AZPM encourages comments but comments that contain profanity unrelated information threats libel defamatory statements obscenities pornography or that violate the law are not allowed Comments that promote commercial products or services are not allowed Comments in violation of this policy will be removed Continued posting of comments that violate this policy will result in the commenter being banned from the site By submitting your comments you hereby give AZPM the right to post your comments and potentially use them in any other form of media operated by this institution Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Disqus Share This f g k t Related Stories Postal History in Tucson Letter That Fell Into the Sea Central Tucson is home to 100 plus year old post office countless stamps Tucsonan Who Was Always Scared to Come to the Library Grows Up to Work There Mission Library technical assistant says a grandfather s influence took him to a place he feared growing

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  • AZPM Celebrates Black History Month 2016 - Arizona Public Media
    29 10pm ReadyTV Taste of the Islands 101 107 2 1 2 3 2 8 2 10 2 22 11am Afropop The Ultimate Cultural Exchange Season 8 2 2 2 10 2 17 2 24 10pm American Masters 2705 August Wilson The Ground on Which I Stand 2 6 8pm Circle Unbroken A Gullah Journey from African to America 2 8 12pm BB King American Masters 2903 2 12 8pm American Masters 2606 Alice Walker Beauty in Truth 2 12 9pm Kehinde Wiley An Economy of Grace 2 14 12pm Queen of Swing 2 15 12pm Great Performances at the Met 1002 Otello 2 20 8pm A Reason to Dance 2 21 12pm Smithsonian Salutes Ray Charles In Performance at the White House 2 26 8pm Fats Domino American Masters 2904 2 26 9pm Caged Bird The Life and Music of Florence B 2 27 8pm Quilted Conscience 2 28 12pm UA Channel Ghosts of Amistad In the Footsteps of the Rebels 2 2 8pm Mary Lou Williams The Lady Who Swings the Band 2 4 6pm Facing Forward A Student s Story 2 4 8pm An Evening w Sheila Johnson 2 5 6pm Bridging the Divide Tom Bradely and the Politics 2 8 6pm Independent Lens 1709 A Ballerina s Tale 2 14 9pm Portrayal Perception African American Men Boys Season 1 2 9 2 10 8pm 830pm 2 16 2 17 8pm 830pm An Evening w Ossie Davis Ruby Dee 2 12 6pm Jail No Bail 2 17 830pm An Evening w Berry Gordy 2 19 6pm Independent Lens 1608 Through a Lens Darkly 2 21 830pm Reel South 105 Counter Histories Rock Hill 2 22 630pm Rise of the Black Pharaohs 2 23 8pm One Night in March 2 25 6pm The Education of Harvey Gantt 2 25 630pm An Evening w Vernon Jordan 2 26 6pm NCRM Freedom Award 2014 2 26 8pm Fair Legislation The Byron Rumford Story 2 29 6pm World Eyes on the Prize 103 Ain t Scared of Your Jails 1960 1961 2 1 6am Afropop The Ultimate Cultural Exchange 803 Tchindas 2 1 6pm America Reframed 401 Old South 2 2 6pm American Masters 2705 August Wilson The Ground on Which I Stand 2 6 10pm Eyes on the Prize 104 No Easy Walk 1961 1963 2 7 6pm Afropop The Ultimate Cultural Exchange 804 First Friday 2 8 6pm Black KungFu Experience 2 9 5pm Our American Family The Clarks 2 10 5pm Independent Lens 1709 A Ballerina s Tale 2 10 530pm First Peoples 102 Africa 2 11 4pm POV 2801 Out in the Night 2 12 4pm American Masters 2606 Alice Walker Beauty in Truth 2 13 10pm Eyes on the Prize 105 Mississippi Is This America 1962 1964 2 14 6pm Afropop The Ultimate Cultural Exchange 805 My Africa Is Native Sun 2 15 6pm Independent Lens The Powerbroker Whitney Young s Fight for Civil Rights 2 17 4pm Black Panther s Vanguard of the Revolution Independent

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  • At UA Law School, Students Can Skip LSAT, Take GRE Instead - Arizona Public Media
    know he said But we have now opened a door where we can talk to them and they can talk to us The goal he said is to make the College of Law more diverse both in terms of ethnic and socioeconomic backgrounds and intellectual interests If we ve got the GRE takers in that mix that by definition creates a more diverse group and therefore we can produce a more diverse class in the end This isn t the first time the UA College of Law has blazed trails Applications to law schools across the country including the UA started to drop about five years ago Seeing that decline in 2013 the school cut tuition for residents and non residents alike We were the first in the country to in real terms and nominal terms lower tuition said Miller The effect of that move As other schools continued to have declines in applications we either held or went up Many schools around the country have followed suit including Texas A M Brooklyn Law School and the University of Iowa So will other law schools again follow the UA lead and begin accepting the GRE in their admissions process Dean Miller said he thinks so I know at least one other law school has already called and said can I get in line My guess is that will be a dozen by the end of the week Does this mean that the hard work that Lisa Carotenuto s LSAT prep class students have put in is for not No the UA College of Law still accepts LSAT scores MORE Education News University of Arizona Higher Education Comment AZPM encourages comments but comments that contain profanity unrelated information threats libel defamatory statements obscenities pornography or that violate the law are not

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  • Ranchers Oppose Grand Canyon Monument Proposal - Arizona Public Media
    the monument proposals are misinterpreting the 1906 Antiquities Act The original intent is to set aside a piece of land that will protect the artifacts but with the minimum amount of land around it to actually keep it within a protected status Parks said Parks said 1 7 million acres is asking too much when Arizona already has the most monuments of any other state A monument designation does not mean grazing is automatically prohibited But some monuments have shut out ranching Parks said the militia group in Oregon who took over a national refuge to protest federal overreach isn t helping their cause Standing outside the government building with a sign that s fine Parks said But they should not have broken a law PHOTO Laurel Morales Fronteras Desk Diana and Alan Kessler stand on their porch east of Flagstaff Diana s family has been ranching for more than a century She says they have had a difficult time convincing federal land managers to make changes to allow for innovative ranching techniques Diana Kessler s family has been ranching for over a century They have permits to graze their cattle on state and Forest Service land Kessler has fought with the Forest Service over management practices for years People are so frustrated and not being heard that they re going to any lengths Kessler said And you wonder why young people aren t going into agriculture or this kind of business Why would you Why would you want to fight that much and lose There are two monument proposals Both would set aside 1 7 million acres of land north and south of the park The Center for Biological Diversity has pushed President Obama to proclaim a national monument that would protect the watershed from new uranium mining claims The center s public lands campaigner Katie Davis said mining isn t the only concern A number of issues that we ve seen with grazing include erosion which can lead to water pollution disruption of natural fire processes as well as displacement of native wildlife Davis said The second monument proposal comes from Arizona Rep Raúl Grijalva He said a monument does not initially affect existing and historic uses of the land But it does set a template down about an overall preservation and restoration for the canyon Grijalva said The fact is what is today Grand Canyon National Park began as a small national monument in 1908 The canyon didn t become a park until 1919 and lawmakers drew wider boundaries in the 1970s to protect the canyon from dams Grand Canyon Trust spokesman Roger Clark said the current monument proposal is a long time coming I certainly am sympathetic to people who might say they re never satisfied Clark said How much do these people really want Given the fact that we started in a hole and we ve constantly been digging ourselves out of a hole in terms of protecting the Grand Canyon I would say the

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  • AZ WEEK: Excellence in Classroom Amid Challenges - Arizona Public Media
    prepared for college to low income children who enter kindergarten already behind More than one fourth of Arizona teachers said they planned to leave the profession within five years The Tucson Values Teachers survey echoes state and national research A key reason why teachers move from one school to another or quit teaching altogether is the issue of voice having a say in the key decisions in the building that impact their jobs said Richard Ingersoll a teacher retention expert at the University of Pennsylvania who recently spoke in Tucson Support Our Schools is a grassroots educational organization with more than 20 years of history in Arizona Executive Director Jennifer Johnson said Arizona s education system is challenged but getting better Johnson is a former deputy superintendent in the Arizona Department of Education Katie Rogerson Tucson Values Teachers interim director said pay and respect are top issues for local teachers The organization publishes reports about teacher satisfaction collects supplies and helps educators save money on supplies for their classroom MORE Arizona Arizona Week Education News Comment AZPM encourages comments but comments that contain profanity unrelated information threats libel defamatory statements obscenities pornography or that violate the law are not allowed Comments that promote commercial products or services are not allowed Comments in violation of this policy will be removed Continued posting of comments that violate this policy will result in the commenter being banned from the site By submitting your comments you hereby give AZPM the right to post your comments and potentially use them in any other form of media operated by this institution Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Disqus Share This f g k t Related Stories Student Safety Worries Tohono O odham School Officials Superintendent says more aggressive drug traffickers pose threat to

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