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Arizona Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Horne, shown after an Arizona Board of Regents meeting in Tempe, said he voted against a plan to scale back the AIMS scholarship because it would take away an incentive for students to achieve on the AIMS Test. However, regents overwhelmingly approved the plan.

The Board of Regents voted 9-1 to scale back the state AIMS scholarship, approving a proposal that would implement stricter academic standards for eligibility and cut the award from 100 percent to 25 percent of tuition. Read more»