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Expect More Arizona President & CEO on Arizona’s SB 1305

by Expect More Arizona

In the news – Expect More Arizona President & CEO spoke to KTAR about SB 1305: “A process to collect that feedback in constructive ways and improve the standards going forward, and make sure that they are right for Arizona and Arizona’s kids is a positive thing,” Esau said. “We are absolutely open to the …

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Find Crafty Teacher Appreciation Ideas on Pinterest

by Expect More Arizona

Across Arizona, talented educators work tirelessly every day to help prepare our students to succeed. Showing your child’s teachers how much you appreciate their passion, dedication, and hard work doesn’t need to cost a fortune. You can search sites like Pinterest for inexpensive gift ideas you and your child can create together. We created our …

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Oh, The Places That Babies and Toddlers Can Go!

by Aaliyah Samuel

Next week, classrooms across the nation will celebrate the birthday of famed children’s author Dr. Seuss by hosting reading events for elementary school children. But, did you know that Dr. Seuss wanted a love of reading to start much earlier? It’s even rumored that his most popular book, Oh, the Places You’ll Go, was meant …

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New Site Helps Parents Help Their Kids with Homework

by Jennifer Liewer

Parents across Arizona have a new tool to help their elementary school students with math and English homework. The website DoYourHomeworkArizona.org was created by Stand for Children Arizona to help parents better understand Arizona’s College and Career Ready Standards. In 2010, Arizona adopted new, more rigorous academic standards in English and math to help prepare …

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