Gov Ducey's Proposed Education Budget, if enacted, will have a detrimental impact on student success. Legislators must work to fully fund our schools to ensure student achievement. See co-signed letter from 233 AZ superintendents. 233 Arizona superintendents co-signed a letter sent today to notify legislators of their concern for the Executive Budget…Read More

ENCOURAGE YOUR ELECTED REPRESENTATIVE TO DEFEAT AZ GOV DUCEY'S PROPOSED BUDGET. AZ Gov. Ducey's proposed plan will add $100 million to private prisons and slash $75 million to the state universities. If Gov Ducey's proposed budget is passed, communities in Southern Arizona will be greatly impacted by funding losses to our students'…Read More

SPEAK UP FOR THOSE WHO CANNOT VOTE! Of the total population in 2013 (estimated 6,626,624), an estimated 24.4% are persons under 18 years (1,616,896)

Arizona is among the top 5 states in our country with a high percentage of residents under the age of 18. Their K-12 public schools and state universities depend on funding allocated by the representatives elected by eligible voters on November 4th. Your…Read More

Your Homework Assignment: On Nov 4 at the Polls OR By Early Ballot, Support Candidates Who Support Public Education K-12 and Our State Universities

Please actively support higher education and public education K-12 by voting. This is an important election year for the state of Arizona. If you are a registered voter, be sure to mail in your early ballot now before October 31st OR vote at the polls on…Read More

Midterm Elections Matter. . .Who will have VETO power in Arizona? Eligible voters decide.

ARIZONA Republican state Treasurer Doug Ducey is running neck-and-neck with businessman Fred DuVal, a Democrat, to succeed conservative Republican Gov.…Read More

Have you moved? Turned 18? Eligible to Vote? Register now at Voter Registration Deadline: OCTOBER 6, 2014 General Election: NOVEMBER 4, 2014 Mid-term elections matter for your local schools!! Turn out the vote and do your homework. …Read More

Court rules that State of Arizona illegally underfunded K-12 public education in violation of its own laws

Curious about the Cave Creek USD et al vs Doug Ducey, in his capacity as State Treasurer? Read about the opinion here: Arizona's Supreme Court has ruled that the state illegally underfunded education,…Read More
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