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Rural Voters Rank Education as a Top Priority Facing the State

by Expect More Arizona

In keeping with the statewide trend, voters in rural Arizona believe that education is the number one issue facing the state. This according to a poll of 600 likely voters in Cochise, Coconino, Mohave, Pinal, Yavapai and Yuma Counties. The survey was conducted Jan. 25-29, 2021 by HighGround, Inc. on behalf of Expect More Arizona. …

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Accelerating student growth through rural internet hubs

by Wes Brownfield, Arizona Rural Schools Association

In rural Arizona, internet connectivity – or lack thereof – has hampered student learning for years. And in a state where half of K-12 students attend a rural school, that divide is having a big impact on student growth and achievement. That’s why the Arizona Rural Schools Association has partnered with the Arizona Association of …

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YUHSD students complete CNA program in midst of pandemic

by Expect More Arizona

Even in the midst of a global pandemic and an ever-changing learning landscape, 35 Yuma Union High School District (YUHSD) nursing students passed their Certified Nurse’s Assistant (CNA) exams to earn their CNA license. These Career & Technical Education (CTE) graduates were again among the state’s best with a 95% pass rate. This, despite the …

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Three Entities Pool Resources to Create Cohesive Voice for Statewide Education Improvement

by Expect More Arizona

Three leading Arizona education entities—Achieve60AZ, College Success Arizona, and Expect More Arizona—announced today that they have pooled their resources and teams to become one organization. Rich Nickel, president and CEO of College Success Arizona since 2012, will lead the consolidated organization. This announcement comes as a result of a year of thoughtful consideration among board …

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