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There are still discussions going on within the Navajo Nation government that may result in a postponement of the 2016 election for school board members.

NTU’s culinary department becoming ‘too popular’

Don’t dress as who you are now. Dress as who you want to be five years from now.

Navajo leaders heralded last Friday’s signing of a $3.5 billion settlement between the state of Arizona and three education associations as a boon to school districts on the Arizona side of the Navajo Nation.

According to staff at the Ganado Unified School District’s transportation department, bus safety depends not just on bus drivers but also on other drivers and the broader community.

Diné College President Maggie George has been placed on administrative leave while the college’s board of regents investigates complaints against her

‘They treated me like I mattered’

Teachers, scholarship help homeless student stay in school

Diné College Friday gave visitors a sneak peek at the recently renovated student union building and a tour of the new family student housing at a grand opening Friday, although the SUB is not yet officially open to the public.

Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey last week visited Puente De Hózhǫ́ Elementary as part his statewide back-to-school tour.

Teen mom, high school dropout, alcohol abuser … “I’ve been a statistic,” says Molita Yazzie, “many times over.”