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Schreen Marvin Named AZEdNews Classroom Grant Winner

Schreen Marvin named AZEdNews Classroom Grant Winner


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  • Jacquelyn Gonzales   |   AZEdNews
  • February 24, 2021

Schreen Marvin, a teacher at Centennial Elementary School in Flowing Wells Unified School District in Tucson, will use the AZEdNews Classroom Grant sponsored by Davidson/Belluso for her Playing Is Learning initiative. “The Playing is Learning initiative brings game play and…

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Legislative Legit: HB 2435 School Board Member Term Limits

Legislative Legit: HB 2435 school board member term limits


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  • Jacquelyn Gonzales   |   AZEdNews
  • February 22, 2021

Arizona Legislators on the House floor may hear House Bill 2435 soon, which would impose term limits on school board members of two consecutive terms, requires a majority of members on school boards be parents, grandparents or guardians of a…

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Beyond The Month: How Schools Highlight Black History Throughout The Year

Beyond the Month: How schools highlight Black History throughout the year


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  • Jacquelyn Gonzales   |   Arizona Education News Service
  • February 17, 2021

Arizona schools are taking action to ensure Black history is being discussed beyond Black History Month, which is celebrated every year in February. Across the state, schools highlight the critical role Black lives play in the U.S. in and out…

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Video: Senate Ed Passes Bill To Require Parents To Opt In To Sex Ed

Video: Senate Ed passes bill to require parents to opt in to sex ed


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  • Lisa Irish   |   AZEdNews
  • February 16, 2021

The Senate Education Committee gave a due pass recommendation today to Senate Bill 1456, which would require parents to opt in to sex education for their children with written permission, a significant change from the current opt-out procedure. "In Arizona,…

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#Legislative Legit: SB 1452 Would Expand ESAs, Vouchers

#Legislative Legit: SB 1452 would expand ESAs, vouchers


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  • Jacquelyn Gonzales   |   AZEdNews
  • February 2, 2021

The Senate Education Committee will vote today on revisions to Arizona’s vouchers that would expand eligibility to students who attend Title I schools and take part in the federal free- or reduced-price lunch program, which is about 70% of Arizona students. This move to expand vouchers that use…

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Video: SB 1452 Expands Vouchers, Diverts Money For Teacher Pay

Video: SB 1452 expands vouchers, diverts money for teacher pay


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  • Lisa Irish   |   AZEdNews
  • February 2, 2021

The Senate Education Committee gave a due pass recommendation Tuesday evening along party lines on revisions to Arizona’s vouchers that would expand eligibility to students who attend Title I schools and take part in the federal free- or reduced-price lunch…

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Video: Supt. Gives State Of Special Education Address

Video: Supt. gives State of Special Education address


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  • Lisa Irish   |   AZEdNews
  • February 2, 2021

Updated 2/9/21: Supt. of Public Instruction Kathy Hoffman gave her State of Special Education address virtually to the House Education Committee. I hope you'll join me at 2 PM today as I deliver my annual "State of Special Education" address.Access…

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Sponsored Content: How K12itc’s Outsourced IT Model Meets Technology Needs And Saves Money
  • February 1, 2021

The shift to online learning and hybrid instruction during the COVID-19 pandemic means many school districts’ information technology needs have increased. Some Arizona school districts in rural and remote areas have turned to K12itc to meet those needs. “With technology…

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