Back to Arizonans Against Proposed Education Budget Cuts

One of the most dramatic shifts in education policy has been instituted in many states without a single vote taken by an elected lawmaker.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/how-bill-gates-pulled-off-the-swift-common-core-revolution/2014/06/07/a830e32e-ec34-11e3-9f5c-9075d5508f0a_story.html Money and politics impact your children's classroom. If this dramatic shift has been going on since early 2008, what has taken so long for the major national media to take notice? And what are we going to do about it? Do the research and find out which candidates will support public education K-12 and our state universities in Arizona. Participate in the August 26 state primary and encourage independents to vote in the state primary by stating a party preference. If you haven't already, register to vote by July 28th for the primary election and encourage independents and other voters to VOTE on August 26 or by early ballot prior. http://ballotpedia.org/Arizona_elections,_2014

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