Education News


4 Ways to Support the Movement for World-Class Education

by Expect More Arizona

Expect More Arizona works to raise awareness of important education issues, grow an actively engaged network of education advocates and foster statewide collaboration to achieve greater outcomes for students. We want to elevate the voices of Arizonans who are committed to a world-class education for every child. People just like you! Working together, we can …

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Resources to Help Your Student Find Scholarships

by Isac Amaya Foundation

There are so many different types of scholarships available these days. Believe it or not, you may qualify for a scholarship because you are tall, short, blonde, dark, smart, not so smart, a cat lover (no joke) and or have one of many other characteristics. Often, students don’t apply for scholarships because they assume their …

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Education Talk on Newsmaker Sunday

by Expect More Arizona

FOX 10’s John Hook talks to Andrew Morrill, President of the Arizona Education Association, Chuck Essigs, Arizona Association of School Business Officials’ Director of Governmental Relations, and Pearl Chang Esau, President and CEO of Expect More Arizona.

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Celebrate Family Literacy Day All Month Long

by Expect More Arizona

Research shows that when families read together, learning happens and memories are made that last a lifetime. While National Family Literacy Day is celebrated each year on November 1, there’s no reason not to continue the celebration all month long! Family literacy is about family members enhancing reading skills with things they do together. Family …

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Make a Candy Graph

by Expect More Arizona

Halloween fun doesn’t have to end when trick-or-treating is over. Kids can have a great time and apply real-world math skills by sorting, counting and graphing their Halloween candy. Make this activity your own and leave room for flexibility based on the age of your children. Have kids think about the various ways they could …

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Making Progress Together

162 organizations

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

70 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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