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State Educators Welcomed the Gains While Acknowledging That There Is Still Work to Be Done
Arizona has the Highest Percent-Change Cut in Education Funding From 2008 to 2014, More Than Any Other State
Sage Foreman, 12, a Seventh-Grader at Centerra Mirage STEM Academy in Goodyear, Was One of a Handful of Students Invited to the White House as a “Kid Science Adviser."
“We’ve Got a Teacher Crisis on Our Hands for Sure."
ASU and GCU Starting Women’s Hockey Teams; Women Athletes Will Now Have In-State Options
A Coalition of Business, Education and Nonprofit Leaders Said They Want to Increase College or Trade School Graduation to 60 Percent of Arizonans by 2030
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