Tag: Expect More Arizona

Expect More Arizona Seeking Community Mobilizer Position

| December 10, 2014
Expect More Arizona Seeking Community Mobilizer Position

 Expect More Arizona (EMA) is a nonpartisan education advocacy organization building a movement dedicated to world-class education for all Arizona students. EMA accomplishes this work by raising public awareness through communications and outreach; educating parents, voters and community members about the education system and important reforms; and leading advocacy efforts that are central to building […]

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Expect More Arizona Seeking Community Mobilizer Position

| December 2, 2014
Expect More Arizona Seeking Community Mobilizer Position

 Expect More Arizona (EMA) is a nonpartisan education advocacy organization building a movement dedicated to world-class education for all Arizona students. EMA accomplishes this work by raising public awareness through communications and outreach; educating parents, voters and community members about the education system and important reforms; and leading advocacy efforts that are central to building […]

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New Test for Arizona Students

| November 8, 2014
New Test for Arizona Students

The Arizona State Board of Education adopted Arizona’s Measurement of Educational Readiness to Inform Teaching (AzMERIT) as the new statewide test. The assessment will be given to Arizona students in 3rd grade through high school this spring and will replace the AIMS test in reading, writing and math. The test will be administered by the […]

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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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Expect More Arizona – 2014 Excellence Tour

| October 20, 2014
Expect More Arizona – 2014 Excellence Tour

Expect More Arizona is pleased to announce the launch of the Expect More Excellence Tour. This is an incredible opportunity to shine a light on what Arizonans are doing all over the state to make progress toward a world-class education for all students. Highlighting examples of excellence statewide supports Expect More Arizona’s efforts to create […]

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Expect More Arizona is Seeking a Community Mobilizer Position

| September 24, 2014
Expect More Arizona is Seeking a Community Mobilizer Position

Background: Expect More Arizona (EMA) is a nonpartisan education advocacy organization building a movement dedicated to world-class education for all Arizona students. EMA accomplishes this work by raising public awareness through communications and outreach; educating parents, voters and community members about the education system and important reforms; and leading advocacy efforts that are central to […]

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Expect More Arizona – 2014 Excellence Tour

| August 4, 2014
Expect More Arizona – 2014 Excellence Tour

Expect More Arizona is pleased to announce the launch of the Expect More Excellence Tour. This is an incredible opportunity to shine a light on what Arizonans are doing all over the state to make progress toward a world-class education for all students. Highlighting examples of excellence statewide supports Expect More Arizona’s efforts to create […]

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Gubernatorial Candidate Forum this Friday, June 6th – live stream available

| June 4, 2014
Gubernatorial Candidate Forum this Friday, June 6th – live stream available

This Friday, June 6th, from 9am to 11am, The Arizona We Want Institute is hosting a forum for candidates for Arizona governor. The event is at capacity, but you can watch the live stream at www.azcentral.com. The participating candidates are Ken Bennett (R), Doug Ducey (R), Fred DuVal (D), Christine Jones (R), Al Melvin (R), […]

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