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J.C. Scott: SAT reading scores lowest in 40 years

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J.C. Scott: SAT reading scores lowest in 40 years

The President of the Pima County Retirees Association, Mike Humphrey, an reitree Linda Trozzi talked to John about Pima County's 2010 move to rescind affordable healthcare coverage for 700 families of pre-Medicare retirees. They have banded together to attempt to restore the coverage.

Financial advisor Shelly Fishman talked about financial unrest in Europe and the possible economic problems that may be coming to Japan. He also talked about the Federal Reserve's continuing quantitative easing.

Vail School District Superintendent Calvin Baker talked about declining SAT reading scores, and the reasons Vail is the top performing multi-school district in Arizona for the second year in a row. Baker said the SAT is not necessarily the best gauge of performance. He also talked about the "Beyond Textbooks" program that is now the playbook for 67 school districts around the state.

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