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Gov. Doug Ducey’s budget proposal released today show more funds for school repairs, counselors, career education and scholarships for community college and university students who promise to teach in AZ schools to ease the teacher shortage. “The governor said in

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When schools use data from college readiness assessments, it helps teachers focus their instruction to boost students’ skills and school counselors encourage students to add more challenging courses to their…

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Expect More Arizona’s public opinion survey conducted Dec. 10-12, 2018

For the fourth year in a row, a poll of 600 Arizona voters show they believe education is the most important issue facing our state, above immigration, healthcare or the economy. Voters continue to consider teacher pay and a general lack of funding to be our state’s most significant education…