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Our Turn: The Prop. 123 lesson we shouldn’t learn

by Pearl Chang Esau and Thomas Franz

An open letter to Arizona education supporters: Arizona’s educators and students are our state’s greatest resource, and regardless of how you voted on Proposition 123, we deeply appreciate your daily efforts to ensure every student has access to a world-class education. Over the last six months, we heard from hundreds of people around the state on both sides of the Prop. 123 debate. Expect More …

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Today we’ll read news headlines from around the world

by Expect More Arizona

News develops every day and newspapers provide a great record of the world’s happenings. Newspapers also reveal a lot about a community. Societal norms, values, and concerns are all reflected in the stories and photos. Thanks to the Newseum in Washington, D.C., you can surf the front pages of major newspapers all over the world, …

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Five Ways to Make Summer Learning Fun

by Expect More Arizona

When most parents reminisce about summer, they think of bikes, ice cream trucks and community pools. Summer break was a time for fun, friends and family trips. But in today’s fast-moving and ever more competitive economy, parents cannot afford to let summer pass for their children in a blaze of adventure. Teachers have always known …

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Legislative Wrap-Up: Education Impact

by Expect More Arizona

The Legislature finished their 2016 regular session (sine die) on Saturday, May 7 at 5:45 a.m. after a 117-day session. While there is still much work to be done to ensure every Arizona student receives a world-class education, we should be proud of the progress we’ve made together this year. For the first time in …

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Making Progress Together

189 organizations

are partnering with us to make education a top priority in Arizona

75 thousand

supporters of the movement for world-class education in Arizona

93 percent

of Arizonans believe all kids deserve a world-class education

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