Grads Don’t Go


While the University of Arizona is producing qualified graduates, Tucson and its surrounding communities are trying to figure out how to get those graduates to stay. Marana Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Ed Stolmaker said, “We need to have higher paying jobs to be able to have people live and work in our community.” Is the root of this issue poorly funded local public education or a lack of high paying employment opportunities? Find out what people are saying here and share your own thoughts.


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