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Teaching in Tucson Unified District

Tucson, Pima County, Arizona


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District Financials

Median Family Income in 2000:$41,371
Per-Capita Income in 2000:$18,304

Total District Revenue:$442,645,000
Percent of Revenue from Pima County County:43 %
Percent of Revenue from Arizona: 48 %
Percent of Revenue from US: 10 %

Source : National Center for Education Statistics (nces.ed.gov), 2011

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M.A. in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages
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MS in Education (for Existing Teachers Grades K-12)

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GW's Graduate School of Education and Human Development offers online Graduate Education Master’s programs that prepare leaders like you for research, policy, and practice in the fields of teaching, leadership and administration and education technology.

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Doctor of Education: Curriculum and Instruction
  • Liberty University’s online programs ranked in the top 10 out of more than 2,100 colleges & universities for academic quality, affordability, and accessibility.*
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MS - Instruction in the 1:1 Environment

An accredited online university, Capella University offers bachelor’s, master’s/MBA, doctoral, and certificate programs designed to take you to the forefront of your profession. Our competency-based curriculum delivers foundational knowledge and real-world skills, so what you’re learning is immediately applicable to your career. Right now, more than 36,000 students are expanding their opportunities with Capella programs.

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M.Ed. Curr & Ins - Dyslexia Studies & LBLD
  • SNHU has been relentlessly reinventing quality higher education since 1932
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M.Ed. in Curriculum & Instruction: Social Studies
  • Concordia pursues online learning with the same passion and commitment to excellence that has marked our 110-year history. Our online degrees provides the same high academic standards as our on-campus.
  • #1 in M.Ed Degrees awarded by a Non-Profit University with over 8,000 M.Ed degrees that have been awarded to Concordia Online Students (Based on 2013-2014 IPEDS data); #3 MBA Program in Oregon (2015).
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  • Concordia offers outstanding student-focused support including technical support and student service teams to assist you from initial contact through graduation. 
  • Concordia University is accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.
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District Information

Tucson Unified School District (TUSD) is the largest school district of Tucson, Arizona in terms of enrollment. As of 2006 TUSD has more than 60,000 students and approximately 3,700 faculty members.The district boundaries encompass much of the City of Tucson, the city of South Tucson, and segments of Catalina Foothills and Tanque Verde. TUSD is currently under a federal desegregation order to help balance district schools in terms of race and ethnicity. The district was established as 'School District No. 1' in 1867, and assumed its current name in 1977. The district has nine traditional high schools and several alternative high schools.

Learn more at the Tucson Unified District Web Site>