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Governor’s Budget Proposal – Education Summary

by Expect More Arizona

Governor Ducey’s proposed budget for the next fiscal year, which begins July 1, 2015, reflects the difficult economic realities we face in Arizona – a shortfall of $500 million this year and more than $1 billion next year. However, even when our economic realities are tough, education is the best investment we can make. A …

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Museum highlights kid friendly learning

by Expect More Arizona

In the news: The Museum of Northern Arizona is giving parents and family members more ways to help their children have fun while learning. The museum is part of a new partnership between the education advocacy group Expect More Arizona and a handful of arts and culture organizations from across the state… Read more from …

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Let’s Make 2015 a Great Year for Education

by Expect More Arizona

Together, we can ensure that all Arizona students receive a world-class education. One important way we can do this is by using our voice to tell Arizona’s elected leaders how important education is, from the early years through college and career. We know that when we have a strong education system we not only help …

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“I Was Never Very Good at Math…”

by Kimberly Rimbey, Ph.D.

Have you heard this confession? Or have you spoken these words yourself? As a math educator, I hear these words far too often. For instance, when I’m on a plane, I usually strike up a conversation with the people around me. It doesn’t take long for them to find out that I used to be …

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High Expectations Helps Students Succeed at Heritage Elementary

by Expect More Arizona

Heritage Elementary, a K-8 charter school with 700 students in Glendale, has gone from a D to a B rating in two years and is on its way to an A. This is due in large part to the leadership of Principal Justin Dye who was brought on board three years ago. He restructured the …

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