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AZEdNews Thanks You And Signs Off

AZEdNews thanks you and signs off


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  • Lisa Irish   |   AZEdNews
  • March 14, 2023

For the past nine years, AZEdNews has covered K-12 public education issues, legislation, policy, and what’s going on in public schools across the state. Thank you for sharing your stories with us. As AZEdNews ends, we encourage you to find…

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Predicting The Aggregate Expenditure Limit For Next Year 

Predicting the aggregate expenditure limit for next year 


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  • Lisa Irish   |   AZEdNews
  • February 27, 2023

What does the forecast for the aggregate expenditure limit look like for next school year?   Chris Kotterman The aggregate expenditure limit will continue to be an issue for school districts even if the Legislature doesn’t put a single additional dollar…

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Daily Schools Update: This Week We Celebrate Read Across America!

Daily Schools Update: This week we celebrate Read Across America!


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  • Toria Tolley   |   AZEdNews
  • February 22, 2023

Updated March 2, 2023: Gov. Katie Hobbs visited Ocotillo Elementary and read "Change Sings" by Amanda Gorman during Read Across America Week. Today as part of Read Across America, I had the pleasure of reading @TheAmandaGorman's "Change Sings" to the…

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Senate Ed Discusses Civics, CTE Funding; House Ed Supports Raising AEL

Senate Ed discusses civics, CTE funding; House Ed supports raising AEL


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  • Lisa Irish   |   AZEdNews
  • February 2, 2023

The Senate Education Committee discussed bills about middle school civics instruction, career and technical education funding, and online learning at their meeting today, after the House Education Committee gave a do pass recommendation Tuesday to a bill to raise the…

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What Education Advocates Hope For This Legislative Session

What education advocates hope for this Legislative session


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  • Lisa Irish   |   AZEdNews
  • January 6, 2023

Education advocates say lifting the aggregate expenditure limit for school districts is one of the first things they would like to see happen during the Arizona Legislature’s session that starts Monday, Jan. 9, 2023. Marisol Garcia Lifting the limit would…

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Voters’ Education Priorities & Supt. Of Public Instruction Debate Highlights

Voters’ education priorities & Supt. of Public Instruction debate highlights


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  • Lisa Irish   |   AZEdNews
  • September 22, 2022

Learn what the Superintendent of Public Instruction does, hear if candidates’ priorities resonate with voters, and watch their recent debate. The Arizona Superintendent of Public Instruction oversees Arizona’s public school system and directs the Arizona Department of Education. Both candidates…

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What To Expect In Upcoming General Elections

What to expect in upcoming general elections


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  • Lisa Irish   |   AZEdNews
  • September 15, 2022

With just two months before midterm elections, find out what could happen, listen to candidate debates, learn what primary results indicate and see what's being done about the aggregate expenditure limit. Paul Bentz with HighGroundPublic Affairs Consultants “When the president…

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Get To Know High School Graduates Awarded ASBA Scholarships This Year

Get to know high school graduates awarded ASBA scholarships this year


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  • Lisa Irish   |   AZEdNews
  • May 17, 2022

Each year, the Arizona School Boards Association awards scholarships to help graduating high school seniors in member districts better afford the training they seek at higher education institutions to help them meet their career goals. Here’s what students have to…

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