Schools chief setting up education law review committee

| April 15, 2015

April 15, 2015 • NEWS 4 Tucson • Associated Press

PHOENIX (AP) – Arizona schools chief Diane Douglas is planning on setting up a committee to review the state’s education code.

She says the state’s education laws fill a 1,000 page volume and are in need of a review. She wants the committee to look for outdated, unnecessary or harmful sections of the code.

The group will make recommendations that can be forwarded to the Legislature for action next year.

Douglas said Tuesday she’s looking for people to apply to the panel. The can be current or retired school superintendents, business managers, food service professionals or others who interact with the education community. Application should be sent to the education department at ADEInbox@azed.gov.

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