Flashback January 23rd to 29th, 2017

Listen to Last Week's News Across The Quad Cities Recapped with FLASHBACK
Educators Welcomed the Flexibility in the Federal Standards for Implementation of the New Every Student Succeeds Act, Saying It Recognizes the “Tremendous Diversity” of Schools in the State
Ruth Oliver, a 16-Year-Old Who Received a Rare Perfect Score on Her ACT, Plans to Become an Astronaut
Learn more about BASIS - a tuition-free public charter school.
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
“We’ve Got a Teacher Crisis on Our Hands for Sure."
Humanities Majors Fare as Well as Tech Majors in Getting Jobs
Full-Scholarship MBA Program with Updated Curriculum Draws Strong Group

PEO Announces Local Grant Recipients

Chapter FE, P.E.O. Sisterhood, Prescott, AZ is so very proud of our three current local grant recipients in the P.E.O. Program for Continuing Education (PCE).
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