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CCC&Y Hosts Expect More Arizona for March 23rd Board Meeting – ALL INVITED!

| March 10, 2015
CCC&Y Hosts Expect More Arizona for March 23rd Board Meeting – ALL INVITED!

CCC&Y will host Expect More Arizona‘s COO, Erin Hart at our next regularly scheduled Board Meeting, March 23rd from 12:00 to 1:30 p.m. in the County Health Department’s Ponderosa Room.  Expect More Arizona is a statewide education advocacy organization, creating a movement for world-class education in Arizona. All are welcome to attend and hear more […]

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Thank You NARBHA for Your Key Sponsorship of the Annual CAP Luncheon

| March 10, 2015
Thank You NARBHA for Your Key Sponsorship of the Annual CAP Luncheon

CCC&Y would like to extend a huge THANK YOU to Northern Arizona Behavioral Health Authority (NARBHA) for their generous contribution and key sponsorship of this year’s Annual Child Abuse Prevention Kickoff Luncheon Fundraiser and Caring for Children Awards.  It is through community partnerships that our annual events are so effective and successful and why we […]

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VIEWPOINTS: Bridging the Latino Achievement Gap

| March 10, 2015
VIEWPOINTS: Bridging the Latino Achievement Gap

March 8, 2015 • By Paul J. Luna and Tommy Espinoza • Helios Education Foundation Arizona must prioritize the educational success and degree attainment of our students in order to secure the future economic viability of our state.  As native Arizonans, we know that the most important thing we can do for the future is […]

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Budget packs wallop for universities, hospitals

| March 8, 2015
Budget packs wallop for universities, hospitals

March 7, 2015 • The Republic • azcentral The loss of more than half a billion dollars in federal matching funds for Medicaid. Deep cuts at Arizona’s three universities. Community colleges in the state’s two largest counties losing all of their state funding. Counties and cities losing tax revenue. The budget state lawmakers approved Saturday […]

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Guest Opinion: Reversing higher education standards would cripple economy, education

| March 8, 2015
Guest Opinion: Reversing higher education standards would cripple economy, education

March 5, 2015 • Arizona Capitol Times While signs of economic recovery are a welcome relief, Arizona is by no means out of the ashes just yet. Our state has consistently had one of the lowest-ranked education systems in the country, a problem that severely hinders the development of a workforce with 21st century skills. […]

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CHAC partners to present College & Career Resource Fair at Killip Elementary on March 7 in Flagstaff

| March 6, 2015
CHAC partners to present College & Career Resource Fair at Killip Elementary on March 7 in Flagstaff

March 6, 2015 • Coconino Hispanic Advisory Council The Coconino Hispanic Advisory Council will present its inaugural “College & Career Resource Fair” from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, March 7 at Killip Elementary School, 2300 E. 6th Ave., Flagstaff. The fair is open to parents, high school students and interested community members. Free admission to […]

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State Budget Cuts Child Safety, Child Care, and Education – ACT NOW.

| March 4, 2015
State Budget Cuts Child Safety, Child Care, and Education – ACT NOW.

March 4, 2015 Today, Governor Ducey and Republican legislative leadership announced they had come to an agreement on the state budget. This budget removes several common sense revenue increases that were in Governor Ducey’s original proposal. Instead, mothers and children bear the costs of Arizona’s budget deficit. Arizona can do better. Among key concerns for […]

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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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FUSD March 2015 Newsletter

| March 4, 2015
FUSD March 2015 Newsletter

March 2015 • Flagstaff Unified School District FHS Students Honor Veterans in a Lasting Way; The Advance Placement Academy Adds Flexibility; Career and Technical Education Rotations — A Great Opportunity; Grants Awards to Camp Colton, CocoNuts, more… …Read the full article HERE

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Grow with the AZ Afterschool Directory

| March 4, 2015
Grow with the AZ Afterschool Directory

Arizona Center For Afterschool Excellence (AzCASE) Directory is growing. Still don’t know about the Directory or why you shouldn’t wait any longer and get your program information on the map now? Because… Over 200 programs have added or updated their listings just this year! Over forty new providers have put themselves on the map! The AZ Afterschool Directory is the state’s only comprehensive, bi-lingual listing of out-of-school time […]

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