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Deadline To Be Registered To Vote At Special Election Is Approaching

| April 10, 2016
Deadline To Be Registered To Vote At Special Election Is Approaching

The deadline to register to vote in the May 17th Special Election is April 18th…

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December 2nd Webinar To Provide Information About The Inflation Lawsuit

| November 23, 2015
December 2nd Webinar To Provide Information About The Inflation Lawsuit

On December 2, 2015 Arizona School Board Association and Arizona Association of School Business Officers will be hosting a webinar about the agreement that was recently reached to settle the inflation funding lawsuit. After many years of litigation an agreement was reached to settle the lawsuit initiated ASBA, AEA, and AASBO.

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December 2nd Webinar To Provide Information About The Inflation Lawsuit

| November 22, 2015
December 2nd Webinar To Provide Information About The Inflation Lawsuit

On December 2, 2015 Arizona School Board Association and Arizona Association of School Business Officers will be hosting a webinar about the agreement that was recently reached to settle the inflation funding lawsuit. After many years of litigation an agreement was reached to settle the lawsuit initiated ASBA, AEA, and AASBO.

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Need More Info About The Legislation That The Governor Signed To Settle The Prop 301 Inflation Funding Lawsuit?

| November 2, 2015
Need More Info About The Legislation That The Governor Signed To Settle The Prop 301 Inflation Funding Lawsuit?

Legislation to settle the long standing Prop 301 lawsuit passed the Legislature and was signed into law by Governor Ducey on Friday. The legislation will be contingent upon voter approval at a statewide special election scheduled for May 17, 2016 with the FY 2016 base level with teacher comp increasing to $3645 and $50,000,000 of additional funding coming to schools if the voters vote yes. The increases will impact the current school year (2015-2016 school year) if the election passes…

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Legislative Workshop – Friday, November 13, 2015 – Register now!

| October 18, 2015
Legislative Workshop – Friday, November 13, 2015 – Register now!

This fast-paced, one-day conference provides a preview of the coming legislative session with examination of current education public policy issues by expert presenters and informative, interactive panel discussions with influential policymakers and lawmakers.

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Public Education an Important Component to Restoring Az’s Economy

| December 17, 2014
Public Education an Important Component to Restoring Az’s Economy

Recommendations from the recent “Arizona’s Economy” 105th Arizona Town Hall report include public education as an important component in restoring the Arizona Economy. Recommendations include restoring education funding and investments in education that should include the recruitment and retention of qualified teachers, competitive teacher’s salaries, decreasing class sizes, funding of school counselors, and expansion of […]

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New State-Wide Test Selected Supporting Higher Academic Standards

| November 3, 2014
New State-Wide Test Selected Supporting Higher Academic Standards

Arizona’s State Board of Education has just selected a new statewide test that will support Arizona’s higher academic standards and give parents, students, and teachers important information about how our kids are doing. Arizona’s Measurement of Educational Readiness to Inform Teaching, or AzMERIT, will replace the AIMS test for English Language Arts and Math for […]

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Education Gubernatorial Debate Scheduled For September 28th

| September 13, 2014
Education Gubernatorial Debate Scheduled For September 28th

AASBO has joined with five other educational organizations and FOX-10 Arizona to host a debate with the Repulican and Democratic candidates for Governor, Doug Ducey and Fred Duval, to discuss issues related to public education in our state. The debate will be held at the Camelback High School Auditorium which is located at 4612 North […]

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