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AZEdNews #LegislativeLegit: Education Bills Heard This Week

AZEdNews #LegislativeLegit: Education bills heard this week


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  • Morgan Willis   |   Arizona Education News Service
  • January 28, 2020

Before the House Education Committee meeting on Monday, Jan. 27, 2020, several attendees shared what brought them there and why it was so important for Arizona's students. At the meeting, AZ legislators discussed and approved nine bills. AZEdNews Legislative Legit:…

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Discussion At Engaging Arizona In Advancing ESSA Event
  • January 22, 2020

As Arizona legislators develop the budget, education advocates seek public education investment that advances equity by providing more funding for students with the greatest needs and fewest assets.   “It should not be the case that I can travel to…

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Arizona Democratic Leaders’ Priorities For The Session

Arizona Democratic leaders’ priorities for the session


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  • Video by Morgan Willis, story by Lisa Irish   |   Arizona Education News Service
  • January 15, 2020

Arizona Democratic leaders presented their 2020 Blueprint for a Better Arizona during a press conference Jan. 13, 2020 before the Arizona Legislature's Opening Day ceremonies and Gov. Ducey's State of the State address. House Minority Leader Charlene Fernandez, (D-LD 4)…

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Invest In Ed Initiative Announced

Invest In Ed initiative announced


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  • Video by Morgan Willis, story by Lisa Irish   |   Arizona Education News Service
  • January 13, 2020

Leaders of the Invest In Ed movement today announced a ballot initiative that would raise more than $900 million a year for Arizona public K-12 education if approved by voters in the 2020 general election. “About an hour ago, we filed for…

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Arizona Teacher Of The Year Lynette Stant On Teaching

Arizona Teacher of the Year Lynette Stant on teaching


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  • Video by Brooke Razo   |   AZEdNews
  • January 1, 2020

Arizona Educational Foundation’s 2020 Teacher of the Year Lynette Stant encourages students interested in teaching to get in the classroom and start helping students. Stant, who is Navajo, is the first Native American woman named Arizona Educational Foundation Arizona Teacher…

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Legislators’ Work On Plans For Upcoming Budget
  • December 10, 2019

Legislators say they’re working on plans that could adjust special education funding, affect school safety and workforce development as well as update K-12 funding. Over the interim, eight separate legislative work groups including teachers have examined and discussed education issues,…

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How Census Forms Are Processed

How census forms are processed


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  • Angelica Miranda   |   Arizona Education News Service
  • November 14, 2019

Arizonans in hard-to-count communities are asked to participate in the census, apply for census jobs and see how census forms are processed. Arizona school districts and education advocates show their support for a complete count in the 2020 Census as the U.S. Census…

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Restorative Justice At Tolleson Elementary School District

Restorative Justice at Tolleson Elementary School District


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  • Angelica Miranda   |   Arizona Education News Service
  • October 28, 2019

Schools seeking ways to help students better understand the consequences of their actions find that restorative justice practices are making a big difference in the classroom. “When a child comes to you with a conflict, you can either heal them…

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How Schools Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month

How schools celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month


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  • Lisa Irish   |   Arizona Education News Service
  • October 9, 2019

To celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month, Casa Grande Elementary School District partnered with Pinal Hispanic Council to host the 2019 Casa Grande Mariachi Festival at Casa Grande Middle School’s auditorium. “This event brought in over 200 people together from all backgrounds to celebrate and honor…

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Snapshot Of Arizona’s Small And Rural Schools

Snapshot of Arizona’s small and rural schools


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  • Angelica Miranda/ AZEdNews
  • September 25, 2019

Recruiting and retaining teachers or finding service providers for students with special needs is often more difficult for rural or small Arizona school districts than it is for metropolitan ones, but creative solutions are helping address these challenges. “Rural schools…

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What Schools Should Do If They’re The Victim Of  Cyberattacks
  • September 19, 2019

Hackers used to focus their cyberattacks primarily on taking money from corporations’ deep pockets, but they’ve recently been targeting schools and municipalities. “Why is that so? Well, you possess an enormous amount of personal data – birthdates, social security numbers,…

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Proposal To End Educator Contract Break Discipline
  • September 11, 2019

An Arizona State Board of Education proposal to end required discipline for teachers who break a contract mid year has met opposition by some school leaders. Statute defines an educator contract break during the school year – when a teacher…

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What People Do And Don’t Know About The Census
  • August 20, 2019

Right now, census workers are knocking on doors and verifying addresses of houses, apartments, shelters and other residences in preparation for the census which will take place April 1, 2020. But what do most people know about the census? Video…

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Phoenix Union High School District’s 2019 Convocation
  • July 30, 2019

More than 3,500 Phoenix Union High School District teachers, staff and administrators gathered at the district’s convocation Tuesday at Grand Canyon University. “This is a time for us to celebrate, to kick off the school year,  welcome back all of our staff,…

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Students Learn At Coronado Elementary’s Mandarin STEAM Camp
  • July 30, 2019

Students had the opportunity to improve their Mandarin speaking and writing skills while learning about STEAM and the arts this summer at Coronado Elementary School's Mandarin STEAM Camp. The program is in it's fourth year at the Higley Unified School…

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