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  • Our 2016 Legislative Candidate Questionnaire

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    As we do every election year, Children’s Action Alliance has sent an issues questionnaire to all legislative candidates who have qualified for the 2016 primary ballot. This cycle, we narrowed the survey down to five brief questions, giving candidates the opportunity to comm ...

    Our 2016 Legislative Candidate Questionnaire
  • Health Policy Director Position Open at CAA

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    For nearly three years, Joe Fu has worked for Arizona children by advocating for public policy that benefits kids’ health. Joe has been a tremendous asset to Children’s Action Alliance and our mission. Joe is leaving his position at CAA, taking a job at First Things F ...

    Health Policy Director Position Open at CAA
  • Sponsorship Opportunities Available for TEOC Event in October

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    It may only be June, but we at Children’s Action Alliance are working hard to prepare for our annual flagship fundraising event, Through the Eyes of a Child luncheon. If you have not yet done so, mark your calendars for Friday, October 21, 2016 from 11:30 am to 1:30 pm at t ...

    Sponsorship Opportunities Available for TEOC Event in October
  • Let’s Roll Up Our Sleeves and Work on Solutions for Long Term Funding for Arizona Schools

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    Now that voters have adopted Proposition 123, inflationary funding for Arizona K-12 education is settled for the next decade. Teachers and students will see the benefits from restoration of this funding for teachers raises and classroom supplies. Children’s Action Alliance is p ...

    Let’s Roll Up Our Sleeves and Work on Solutions for Long Term Funding for Arizona Schools
  • Private School Tax Credits & Vouchers Undermine Public Schools

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    Like Empowerment Scholarship Accounts (a.k.a. vouchers), Arizona’s private school tax credits take money away from public schools and give it to private schools without accountability or budget controls. More than $100 million was diverted to private schools from the state budg ...

    Private School Tax Credits & Vouchers Undermine Public Schools

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Our 2016 Legislative Candidate Questionnaire

voting-pin July 13, 2016 As we do every election year, Children’s Action Alliance has sent an issues questionnaire to all legislative candidates who have qualified for the 2016 primary ballot. This cycle, we narrowed the survey down to five brief questions, giving candidates the opportunity to comment further on their positions on issues affecting conditions for kids. Read more

Health Policy Director Position Open at CAA

canstockphoto21347993 June 23, 2016 For nearly three years, Joe Fu has worked for Arizona children by advocating for public policy that benefits kids’ health. Joe has been a tremendous asset to Children’s Action Alliance and our mission. Joe is leaving his position at CAA, taking a job at First Things First, where he will focus on children’s early development issues. Read more

Sponsorship Opportunities Available for TEOC Event in October

TEOC art for enews (2) June 23, 2016 It may only be June, but we at Children’s Action Alliance are working hard to prepare for our annual flagship fundraising event, Through the Eyes of a Child luncheon. If you have not yet done so, mark your calendars for Friday, October 21, 2016 from 11:30 am to 1:30 pm at the Arizona Biltmore in Phoenix. Read more

New KIDS COUNT Data Ranks Arizona 45th in Nation

2016 KidsCount photo June 22, 2016 The Annie E. Casey Foundation is out with its annual KIDS COUNT® Data Book, ranking Arizona 45th overall, up from 46th in 2015. The analysis ranks states on 16 data markers, including education, health, poverty and family situation, as well as community factors. While Arizona is still in the bottom ten states, improvements in math proficiency were the most notable area of progress, propelling the state from 35th in 2015 to 18th in 2016. Read more

Who’s for Kids and Who’s Just Kidding? Our Annual Legislative Update for 2016

Studio portrait of an unhappy young girl giving the thumbs-down to the camera June 14, 2016 To put it mildly, it has been a rollercoaster legislative session for kids this year, and we have compiled a list of our priority bills and tracked voting records of every Arizona state senator and representative. We are enclosing a link to our 2016 Annual Who’s for Kids and Who’s Just Kidding? Read more