Tag: Education funding lawsuit

5 questions about Prop. 123 answered by supporter, opponent

| January 20, 2016
5 questions about Prop. 123 answered by supporter, opponent

Proposition 123 asks voters to approve a K-12 education funding proposal as a settlement to a years-long legal battle between the state and school districts and education groups.

The lawsuit was filed in 2010 after the state failed to adjust the base level per-pupil funding according to inflation as required by a 2000 voter-approved proposition. …

The Star asked Andrew Morrill, president of the Arizona Education Association, which is one of the plaintiffs in the lawsuit and supports the measure, and Morgan Abraham, a Tucson Realtor and chairman of the Vote No on Prop 123 committee, to answer questions about the measure.

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Details of agreement to resolve inflation funding lawsuit

| October 28, 2015
Details of agreement to resolve inflation funding lawsuit

Arizona legislators were summoned to the Capitol on Wednesday evening in preparation for a special session to consider the agreement to provide Arizona public schools with a portion of court-ordered funding in the inflation funding lawsuit.

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