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Las personas que llevan letreros se reúnen con la Arizona Education Association en el Capitolio estatal en Phoenix el lunes 21 de febrero de 2022, instando a los senadores estatales a autorizar la anulación del Aggregate Expenditure Limit.

Los senadores de Arizona autorizaron el lunes la anulación de un tope de gasto en educación que habría impedido el desembolso de $1.2 mil millones que ya están en las arcas escolares. Read more»

Sen. Chester Crandell, R- Heber, authored legislation that would require school district bond overrides to be held only in even-numbered years.

A state lawmaker wants to require school district bond overrides to be held only in even-numbered years, saying that would provide the largest possible turnout. Read more»

Superintendent of Public Instruction John Huppenthal delivers his State of Education address Monday in Phoenix.

An outdated and inefficient information technology system used to provide data to the state wastes staff time and creates roadblocks for those seeking the information, Superintendent of Public Instruction John Huppenthal said Monday. Read more»