The Arizona Republic reported that private school tuition tax credits that are earmarked for individual students may be in violation of federal law.
. AEN members recently participated in a webinar titled “What to Expect: Arizona’s Race to the Top Application,” presented by Arizona School Boards Association [ASBA] and the Arizona Association of School Business Officials [AASBO]. The featured speaker was Mesa School District Superintendent Dr. Debra Duvall, who serves as a Special Advisor to Governor Brewer on the Continue Reading >
A fifth special session has been called by Governor Brewer to address the remaining $1.6 billion deficit.
In this update we will cover two recent questions from AEN subscribers regarding Arizona spending statistics… How does our state compare and how much are we spending on education?
An Op Ed letter was recently sent to the Arizona Capital Times, in which a high school student from Lake Havasu High School discussed the disparities in public funding in her area.
One of the most important components to supporting your schools begins with one simple step: Register to vote. Arizona is an “equal funding” state for education. This means that each school district receives the same funding per student from the state legislature. Each elected member of our state legislature must be held accountable for how they vote, and Continue Reading >
A recap of recent legislation as it pertains to education.