Education News

Intern Experienced Growth in Knowledge and Passion for Education

by Oscar Hernandez

By Oscar Hernandez, Education Fair Intern As an intern with Expect More Arizona, I had the opportunity to help lead the planning efforts for the organization’s 6th Annual Camino al Éxito Education Fair hosted in partnership with Univision Arizona. Some of my main responsibilities included developing logistical documents and emails for the resource fair participants, …

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4 Ways to Support an Excellent Education for Every Student in Arizona

by Expect More Arizona

Expect More Arizona works to provide information about important education issues and create opportunities for every Arizona to support students and teachers. We want to elevate the voices of Arizonans who are committed to the best possible education for every child. People just like you. Here are four ways you can get involved: Spread the word. We …

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Raising expectations for West Phoenix students helps them defy the odds

by Jason Catanese

By Jason Catanese, 8th grade math teacher, Pueblo Del Sol Elementary School In today’s schools, we want our students to think critically – but yet we teach them to memorize. We want our students to have intellectual curiosity – but we fill their schedule with easy courses. We want innovation – but then we teach …

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Manufacturing Day: KAMMA tours give students a look at factory work

by Expect More Arizona

Developing an educated and skilled workforce is a challenge for every rural community in Arizona, a tricky balance of providing high school graduates with specialized training and enticing them to stick around for meaningful employment. Kingman and Mohave Manufacturing Association aims to attract its future workforce by taking more than 100 high school students on …

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284 organizations

are partnering with us to make education a top priority in Arizona

80 thousand

supporters of the movement for world-class education in Arizona

96 percent

of Arizonans believe all kids deserve a world-class education

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