Tag: Legislature

State Budget Town Hall and Budget hearings concerning education, children to be held March 25 and April 2 in Flagstaff

| March 22, 2017
State Budget Town Hall and Budget hearings concerning education, children to be held March 25 and April 2 in Flagstaff

State Budget Town Hall and Budget hearings concerning education, children to be held March 25 and April 2 in Flagstaff.

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2016 State of the State: Focus on Education

| January 13, 2016
2016 State of the State: Focus on Education

In his State of the State Speech yesterday, Governor Ducey said, “We have a great state with amazing assets.”

We agree and believe Arizona’s most amazing assets include our educators and students – including young children in early childhood programs, the 1.1 million students in K-12, and the hundreds of thousands of students attending Arizona’s community colleges and universities.

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AZ WEEK: More Education Funding? It’s Up to Voters

| November 16, 2015
AZ WEEK: More Education Funding? It’s Up to Voters

The governor’s $3.5 billion plan for education has support from the Legislature, but ultimately it’s up to the voters. A special election in May 2016 will determine whether the state can increase the money it takes from the State Land Trust Fund. Arizona Week Friday looks into the details of the plan and why a constitutional change is necessary.

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Presentation on Public Education and Neighborhood Schools – October 20th

| October 12, 2015
Presentation on Public Education and Neighborhood Schools – October 20th

Join CCC&Y for a presentation from Arizona School Board’s Association to discuss: How this budget and legislative session impacts kids and their neighborhood schools and how YOU can get involved right at home. Geoff Esposito, ASBA Government Relations Analyst, returns to Flagstaff to share insights on the legislature and how their decisions are impacting schools and students. Participants […]

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The How and Why of Getting Involved – ASBA – October 20th

| October 5, 2015
The How and Why of Getting Involved – ASBA – October 20th

Join CCC&Y for a presentation from Arizona School Board’s Association to discuss: How this budget and legislative session impacts kids and their neighborhood schools and how YOU can get involved right at home. Geoff Esposito, ASBA Government Relations Analyst, returns to Flagstaff to share insights on the legislature and how their decisions are impacting schools and students. Participants […]

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The How and Why of Getting Involved – ASBA – October 20th

| September 28, 2015
The How and Why of Getting Involved – ASBA – October 20th

Join CCC&Y for a presentation from Arizona School Board’s Association to discuss: How this budget and legislative session impacts kids and their neighborhood schools and how YOU can get involved right at home. Geoff Esposito, ASBA Government Relations Analyst, returns to Flagstaff to share insights on the legislature and how their decisions are impacting schools and students. Participants […]

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Budget deal cuts $30 million more from universities

| March 4, 2015
Budget deal cuts $30 million more from universities

March 5, 2015 • By Howard Fischer • Capitol Media Services • Arizona Daily Sun PHOENIX — Republican legislative leaders and Gov. Doug Ducey have agreed to extract nearly $30 million more from state universities than the governor first proposed. The deal negotiated behind closed doors calls for reducing university funding this coming year by […]

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Guest Speaker from Expect More Arizona – CCC&Y Board Meeting – Monday, February 23rd

| February 17, 2015
Guest Speaker from Expect More Arizona – CCC&Y Board Meeting – Monday, February 23rd

Join us for a presentation from the state-wide education advocacy organization, Expect More Arizona (EMA) on Monday, February 23rd from 12 to 1:30 p.m. at the Coconino County Public Health Services, Ponderosa Room.  Erin Hart, EMA Vice President, will be covering critical educational issues to be watching this legislative session, what to expect, and how […]

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Don’t be Fooled by the Claims That Prop 122 Will Protect Children – It Won’t.

| October 22, 2014
Don’t be Fooled by the Claims That Prop 122 Will Protect Children – It Won’t.

Prop 122 supporters are using children for political games. Contrary to their claims, Prop 122 does nothing to keep kids safe or find loving homes for abused and neglected children. Prop 122 will NOT allow CPS or the new Department of Child Safety (DCS) to release more individual child abuse case records to the public. The responsibility […]

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Don’t be Fooled by the Claims That Prop 122 Will Protect Children – It Won’t.

| October 17, 2014
Don’t be Fooled by the Claims That Prop 122 Will Protect Children – It Won’t.

Prop 122 supporters are using children for political games. Contrary to their claims, Prop 122 does nothing to keep kids safe or find loving homes for abused and neglected children. Prop 122 will NOT allow CPS or the new Department of Child Safety (DCS) to release more individual child abuse case records to the public. The responsibility […]

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