The M.Ed. in Secondary Education program has partner schools in 16 districts across Cochise, Santa Cruz and Pima counties.
To view district statistics, including: demographics of the district, the budgetary spending, student and teacher information, student achievement, Prop 301 spending, number of teachers, school grades, and per pupil spending, click here.
Mentoring program with workshops and support
Online Curriculum for convenience and scheduling
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