Education leaders echo voters’ desire for funding beyond Prop. 123. Please see related stories here

| May 25, 2016

By Lisa Irish • Arizona Education News Service • Arizona School Boards Association

Now that Prop. 123 has passed, a coalition of Arizona educators,  business leaders and parents say the next step is increasing funding for K-12 public education by at least the $1.2 billion legislators have cut since the Great Recession.

It’s a move supported by 76 percent of Arizona voters polled after the election Tuesday. They said state funding for public schools should be increased.

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