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From skeptic to champion? Gov. Doug Ducey’s evolving views on education funding. See other state education news here

| May 22, 2018
From skeptic to champion? Gov. Doug Ducey’s evolving views on education funding. See other state education news here

In commercials and interviews over the past month, Gov. Doug Ducey has touted the education funding package he was able to push through the Legislature, burnishing his image as an education-minded governor committed to investing dollars in schools.

Those words stand in stark contrast to how Ducey has spoken about public schools and teachers before this year, when a massive teacher movement made itself known at schools statewide and at the Capitol. 

… But the Ducey of previous times did not face what the governor faced beginning in March. An army of teachers clad in red T-shirts threatened, and then did, walk off the job, affecting more than 800,000 students statewide.

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Focus Group with St. Mary’s Food Bank

| August 22, 2016
Focus Group with St. Mary’s Food Bank

St. Mary’s Food Bank Alliance and ASU are looking for parents with children who qualify for free or reduced school lunch to discuss food needs and
resources in your community.

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Participate in a Survey on Human Service Provider Training

| January 25, 2016
Participate in a Survey on Human Service Provider Training

Arizona State University, in collaboration with the Arizona Department of Child Safety, is conducting a statewide scan to identify existing training for human service delivery organizations. Read more…

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Join In on an Interactive Discussion on Juvenile Justice and Fiscal Policy

| January 18, 2016
Join In on an Interactive Discussion on Juvenile Justice and Fiscal Policy

Join Children’s Action Alliance and Arizona State University’s Morrison Institute for Public Policy for the release of a new report titled Juvenile Justice in Arizona: The Fiscal Foundations of Effective Policy, as well as an interactive discussion on how Arizona can improve public safety outcomes involving youth.

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Interviews for Arizona State University/ St. Mary’s Food Bank

| January 11, 2016
Interviews for Arizona State University/ St. Mary’s Food Bank

Interested in volunteering in a research study? Southwest Interdisciplinary Research Center at ASU in partnership with St. Mary’s Food Bank Alliance is looking for volunteers to participate in a interview focusing on child nutrition and social service landscapes. For more information click HERE.

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RESCHEDULED! Focus Group – Incentives Available – Share your community’s food needs!

| December 17, 2015
RESCHEDULED! Focus Group – Incentives Available – Share your community’s food needs!

St. Mary’s Food Bank Alliance and ASU are looking for parents with children who qualify for free or reduced school lunch to discuss food needs and resources in your community.

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St. Mary’s wants to hear from you about your community’s food needs and resources!

| December 10, 2015
St. Mary’s wants to hear from you about your community’s food needs and resources!

St. Mary’s Food Bank Alliance and ASU are looking for parents with children who qualify for free or reduced school lunch to discuss food needs and resources in your community.

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Opinion: Education should be a national priority, not a state burden

| April 1, 2015
Opinion: Education should be a national priority, not a state burden

March 31, 2015 • By Harper Neidig • The State Press The rhetoric of public education discussion largely revolves around the debate of whether or not schools need more funding. This simple dichotomy ignores is the more pressing issue of inequality that pervades our public school system. In the U.S., the quality of a public education is […]

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