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Arizona Anti-Voucher Referendum Poised To Make Ballot

Opponents of Arizona's sweeping new school voucher law took a big step toward blocking it until voters can weigh in next year, after state officials determined that 97 percent of the 111,000 signatures collected by a grassroots group passed an…

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Arizona education leaders set goals for students

Arizona education officials have come up with specific goals for students in the state. It’s part of the Arizona Progress Meter, which measures where students are, and determines where they need to go, in a series of metrics — including high…

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More Students to Take SAT Online

The College Board announced Wednesday that it will expand the availability of a digital version of the SAT this school year.  The company will give a practice version of the SAT online in some school districts in December, and then…

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