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Release of Legislators 2015 Voting Records – See their positions

| September 14, 2015
Release of Legislators 2015 Voting Records – See their positions

ASBA’s sister organization, Friends of Arizona School Boards Association, has once again released their yearly voting records and district demographic data. View this post for a link to the 2015 voting records!

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REMINDER: Lets Talk About Taxes – Presentation on AZ’s Budget

| September 7, 2015
REMINDER: Lets Talk About Taxes – Presentation on AZ’s Budget

CCC&Y presents “Lets Talk About Taxes”, a FREE Presentation on AZ Budget and Taxes on Tuesday, September 15th.

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Expect More Arizona to present AzMERIT Parent Webinar on Aug. 25 or 27

| August 21, 2015
Expect More Arizona to present AzMERIT Parent Webinar on Aug. 25 or 27

What do the new AzMERIT test results mean for my child? Virtual Back to School Night By Expect More Arizona Expect More Arizona will present an AzMERIT Parent Webinar from 8:30 to 9 a.m. Tuesday, Aug. 25 or from noon to 12:30 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 27. Join us for a 30-minute webinar to learn more […]

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Be Heard Now on Proposed Changes to AHCCCS. Flagstaff meeting set for Aug. 21

| August 17, 2015
Be Heard Now on Proposed Changes to AHCCCS. Flagstaff meeting set for Aug. 21

By Children’s Action Alliance You have an opportunity to be heard on an issue of importance to Arizona’s children:  A waiver request that would have a major impact on how health services are delivered to Arizona’s low income families. In the coming weeks, there are hearings on Governor Ducey’s recently proposed plans to change the […]

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Advocacy Training Opportunity For Parent of Children with Special Needs

| July 27, 2015
Advocacy Training Opportunity For Parent of Children with Special Needs

Applications for a FREE program for parents of children with special needs on advocacy are now being accepted through October 16th.

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ESEA: Senate v. House

| July 27, 2015
ESEA: Senate v. House

Both the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives have passed separate versions of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act. Click HERE for a chart showing the key differences between the two proposals.

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Join ASBA and Expect More in an Upcoming Advocacy Training!

| July 20, 2015
Join ASBA and Expect More in an Upcoming Advocacy Training!

In the interest of strengthening the voice of public education backers across Arizona, Arizona Schools Board Association (ASBA) joining with Expect More and neighborhood leaders in Deer Valley for an advocacy training opportunity on August 20th!

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Parent Engagement on Rise as Priority for Schools and Districts

| July 20, 2015
Parent Engagement on Rise as Priority for Schools and Districts

Family-engagement practitioners and researchers say educators are adopting systemic and sustained efforts to integrate parents into the fabric of their schools

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Arizona Continues to Slip Relative to the Nation on Educational Attainment

| July 13, 2015
Arizona Continues to Slip Relative to the Nation on Educational Attainment

INSIGHT INDICATOR: ECONOMICS AN EXPERT’S INSIGHT ON THE ISSUE IN ARIZONA TOM REX is associate director of the Center for Competitiveness and Prosperity Research in the W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University. Rex specializes in applied economic and demographic research with an emphasis on Arizona and the Metropolitan Phoenix area. Workforce […]

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Education on the march during Flagstaff 4th of July Parade

| July 4, 2015
Education on the march during Flagstaff 4th of July Parade

[slideshow_deploy id=’5709’] FLAGSTAFF — Education certainly did not sit on the sidelines during the 4th of July Parade held in downtown Flagstaff. More than 100 entries signed up for this year’s parade, including the Coconino County Superintendent of Schools, the Flagstaff Unified School District, charter schools and the Coconino Coalition for Children & Youth. The […]

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