Tag: Bullying Prevention

Why people are worried about a census citizenship question. See more state education news here

| June 18, 2019
Why people are worried about a census citizenship question. See more state education news here

Many Arizonans are concerned a Census 2020 citizenship question could make immigrants, noncitizens, Latinos and other minority groups less likely to respond, leading to an undercount.

That means Arizona would receive less than its fair share of more than $675 billion in federal funds each year that impact public schools, families and communities.

Accurate Census data is key for determining political representation as well as allocating federal funding to jurisdictions based on their demographic characteristics, needs and assets, said Lizette Escobedo, director of national census program for NALEO, the National Association of Latino Elected Officials.

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Summer School for Parents – Bullying Prevention, Positive Behavior Support – Saturday, July 26th

| July 11, 2014
Summer School for Parents – Bullying Prevention, Positive Behavior Support – Saturday, July 26th

Arizona Department of Education/Exceptional Student Services 3100 N. West St, Suite 300, Flagstaff, 86004 8:30 am Registration 9-11 am IEP Training 11 am-1 pm Bullying Prevention 1:30-3:30 pm Positive Behavior Support Classes at no cost for families ● Registration required ● Lunch available for $5 ● No child care available Register online: www.raisingspecialkids.org or by […]

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