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Super Bowl Sunday Learning Activities

by Expect More Arizona

All eyes will be on Arizona this weekend as people from around the world tune in to watch the Super Bowl.  If you are watching the big game with your kids, you can also find ways to challenge them to learn. Research shows that students with actively engaged parents perform better in school, so, finding …

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Support Arizona Teachers & Schools

by Expect More Arizona

There are amazing examples of educational excellence happening all over the state. We have countless dedicated educators, parents and community members, just like you, who are working tirelessly to make sure Arizona’s students are prepared to succeed beginning in the early years through college and career. It’s time we tell these stories to recognize the …

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Preparing for the Future

by Rufus Glasper

From the Desk of Maricopa Community Colleges Chancellor Rufus Glasper: For some time the Maricopa Community Colleges have understood the changing nature of the state’s role in higher education funding as well as the responsibility to maximize scarce resources. So it was with great interest I read Governor Doug Ducey’s first state budget proposal released …

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Congratulations to our newest Expect More Excellence Tour Winners

by Expect More Arizona

Receiving the Judge’s Spotlight is the Ocotillo Early Learning Center, a program run through the Sunnyside Unified School District in Tucson! The Ocotillo Early Learning Center is a high-quality, developmentally appropriate early childhood center serving children ages birth to seven of all abilities in an inclusive, nurturing and stimulating environment. The Center works closely with …

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Tips for Families – Math Homework Help

by Expect More Arizona

Math homework is due tomorrow — how can I help? Homework causes trouble in many households. Relax—remember whose homework it is! Think of yourself as more of a guide than a teacher. Don’t take over for your child. Doing that only encourages him or her to give up easily or to ask for help when a problem becomes difficult. …

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