Education News

Proposed New Investments for Education

by Expect More Arizona

One of the not-so-fun responsibilities of being an adult is managing money. Many of us struggle to reconcile what we wish we could buy with what we can really afford. On a much greater scale, the Governor and state legislature face a similar task. State law requires that Arizona have a balanced budget – meaning …

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Un Plan de Esperanza para la Educación

by Expect More Arizona

Esta semana, el gobernador Doug Ducey, dio su discurso de estado. Durante su discurso, el gobernador expresó que la educación será una de sus prioridades este año. Más de la mitad de su discurso fue enfocado en 16 propuestas que afectarán a la educación en Arizona (encuentre más detalles sobre el presupuesto aquí). Los detalles …

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An Encouraging Plan for Education

by Expect More Arizona

In his State of the State address yesterday, Governor Ducey expressed that education issues will be his top priority this year. Nearly half of his hour-long speech was spent on the topic as he laid out 16 proposals, which can be found here. The details will be critical, and are expected to be outlined in …

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ASBA’s Golden Bell Promise Programs Awards

by Heidi Vega

For 34 years, the Arizona School Boards Association has put the spotlight on districts with a proven record of achieving academic excellence by awarding the prestigious ASBA Golden Bell Promise Programs Award f. The award recognizes innovative academic programs that are student-oriented, have a significant effect on student achievement and demonstrate evidence of teacher creativity …

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Poll Shows Education Remains Top Issue for Arizona Voters

by Expect More Arizona

DECEMBER 2016 SURVEY HIGHLIGHTS A survey conducted in mid-December on behalf of Expect More Arizona affirms that education is still the most pressing issue on the minds of Arizona voters, above immigration and the economy. When asked to name specific concerns related to education, lack of funding and teacher pay/teacher shortage rose to the top. …

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