Education News

2018 State of the State Highlights – New Funding Proposed for K-12 Education

by Expect More Arizona

Monday afternoon, Governor Ducey delivered his fourth State of the State address and once again pledged to make public education a priority by adding more dollars to the budget for K-12 programs and restoring many of the cuts made during the Recession. In fact, the governor indicated that 80 percent of all available new dollars …

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Puntos Sobresalientes del “Estado del Estado de 2018” – Se Propone Nueva Financiación para la Educación K-12

by Expect More Arizona

El lunes por la tarde, el Gobernador Ducey dio su cuarto discurso sobre el Estado del Estado, y una vez más prometió hacer de la educación pública una prioridad, al agregar más dinero al presupuesto para programas K-12 y restaurar muchos de los recortes realizados durante la Recesión. De hecho, el gobernador indicó que 80 …

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Poll Shows Education Remains Top Issue for Arizona Voters

by Expect More Arizona

DECEMBER 2017 POLL HIGHLIGHTS Expect More Arizona, a nonprofit education advocacy organization, commissioned a statewide public opinion survey of 600 likely Arizona voters in mid-December 2017. For the third year in a row, the poll shows that Arizona voters believe education is the most important issue facing our state, above immigration, the economy or healthcare. …

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How Do You Know If Your Child’s School Is High Performing?

by Expect More Arizona

As a parent or a community member, it can be difficult to understand what all the various school labels mean and whether your child’s school or neighborhood school is up to snuff. Below are three different ways that you may see your local school labeled. The distinctions are given by different entities and each mean …

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Easy Way to Weigh in on Education Bills

by Expect More Arizona

The Request to Speak system is an online tool that lets you give legislators your feedback on bills. You can use the system to show that you support or oppose a bill and provide the reason why. You do not have to speak as the name implies. It is one of the easiest ways to share your opinions …

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