Education News


Using Math to Teach Drawing

by Laura Wilde

Phoenix Center for the Arts is using the summer to learn and grow before school starts. To keep your child engaged and interested in art, we’ve partnered with Expect More Arizona to present the lesson plan below. How could math and art possibly intersect? It’s actually not all that strange. Once you have the basics …

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5 Ways to Brush Up on Healthy Habits

by Kavita Bernstein

As soon as baby teeth begin to break through, parents should begin to brush teeth twice a day. Tooth decay in toddlers is a real possibility if proper care is not provided for teeth from the start. Decay is the primary chronic illness in children and the reason for more than 51 million school hours …

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Alleviate Summer Brain Drain with Fun Activities

by Expect More Arizona

Summer is traditionally a time for fun. Every child looks forward to the last day of school and the impending ice cream trucks, family road trips and pool parties. There’s one aspect of summer, though, that takes a toll on a young person’s well-being: Summer brain drain. On average, a youth will lose more than …

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School Funding

Your Questions Answered about the Governor’s Education Funding Proposal

by Expect More Arizona

Governor Ducey recently proposed to increase funding to K-12 education by increasing the money from the State Land Trust that goes to public district and charter schools. Here are some of the top questions we’re hearing about the proposal. Let us know in the comments section if you have other questions you’d like addressed. How …

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