Find out what is needed to improve Arizona’s education systems across the board

Find out what is needed to improve Arizona’s education systems across the board

by Expect More Arizona

Expect More Arizona, a statewide nonprofit education advocacy organization, and the Center for the Future of Arizona, a nonprofit organization focused on shaping the state’s future, announced new long-term education goals for Arizona. The goals were released as a part of the Arizona Education Progress Meter, a source for individuals to learn about how Arizona’s …

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Arizona Education Progress Meter Shows steep but ‘obtainable’ climb

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If all goes according to a set of goals supported by dozens of Arizona education and business groups, the state’s elementary teachers will earn the national median of $56,000 in five years and most third-graders will read at grade level by 2030. Those are among the benchmarks that make up the Arizona Education Progress Meter, …

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Fact Check: Does Arizona Rank Last in Teacher Pay?

by Expect More Arizona

What we’re looking at: Where Arizona stands in state rankings based on the median salary for teachers. THE MEDIA: Internet. WHO SAID IT: Erin Hart. TITLE: Chief Operating Officer for Expect More Arizona. THE COMMENT: “When you look at median pay for teachers, Arizona is 50th.” THE FORUM: Interview with The Arizona Republic/azcentral.com on Dec. …

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Newsmaker Sunday: Erin Hart talks teacher retention and recruiting

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Erin Hart, COO of Expect More Arizona, talks with John Hook on Fox 10’s Newsmaker Sunday, about teacher retention and recruiting and education in Arizona. YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO WEIGH IN It’s your turn to take action. Use our tool to send a quick message to your elected leaders to encourage them to make teacher pay …

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