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On Tax Day, the Arizona House of Representatives Committee of the Whole voted to reduce corporate tax credits for donations that fund private school scholarships. More than $250.028 million in corporate taxes have been diverted from the state general fund

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Fixing AZ’s attainment problem will boost economy

A quick look at what Arizona students do after high school graduation shows why increasing post-secondary attainment is essential to boosting Arizona’s economy. While 29 percent of Arizona’s current workforce…

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How unfunded mandates strain schools’ budgets

What do lawmakers’ bills to require students be tested for dyslexia and receive school vision and hearing screenings have in common? They’re unfunded mandates, which means there are no funding…

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Celebrating School Library Month: A Look at Library Media Centers

April is School Library Month, which recognizes the important role that school librarians and libraries play in K-12 education. More than 90 percent of public elementary and secondary schools have a library media center, according to the National Teacher and Principal Survey (NTPS), which collects data about school librarians and…