Tag: Arizona Republic

Initial Recommendations from Governor’s Classrooms First Initiative Council

| September 23, 2015
Initial Recommendations from Governor’s Classrooms First Initiative Council

Yesterday, after dialogue and input from experts, Governor Ducey’s Classrooms First Initiative Council released their initial recommendations to update and simplify Arizona’s K-12 school funding formula.

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Many Arizona classrooms vulnerable to measles spread

| May 6, 2015
Many Arizona classrooms vulnerable to measles spread

May 6, 2015 • Education Week • azcentral.com PHOENIX (AP) — Many kindergarten classrooms in Arizona are vulnerable to the spread of measles because so few students have been vaccinated. The Arizona Republic reports (http://bit.ly/1Kh0E1r) that data released in late April by the Arizona Department of Health Services shows that two of every five kindergarten […]

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Opinion: How to settle the education funding lawsuit

| February 10, 2015
Opinion: How to settle the education funding lawsuit

February 02, 2015 • Robert Robb, The Republic | azcentral.com It’s a good thing that there are settlement discussions in the lawsuit about inflation funding for K-12 education. Not sure it’s a good thing that those discussions are being mediated by a panel of Appeals Court judges. If there is a settlement, it will be […]

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