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The Latest:

Governor Ducey’s Plan Fails to Restore $952 MILLION in Cuts to K-12 Education

Arizona State University Morrison Institute: Key Facts on Arizona’s Teacher Shortage

Ducey’s Results- Based Funding Favors High Income Schools 

Return on Education: A Series of Briefs About K-12 canstockphoto3808870Funding Issues

Arizona Tax Collections Too Slow to Re-Invest in Public Education 

Empowerment Scholarship Account Voucher Expansion 

What Does the State Land Trust Have to Do With Arizona Schools?

Arizona Schools Count on Proposition 301 Tax Revenues

Private School Tax Credits Divert Public Dollars for Private Benefit


Life After Proposition 123: AZ Schools Now

AZ Schools Now is a statewide coalition of volunteers, parents, nonprofit groups, teachers, education leaders and advocates focused on ensuring Arizona lawmakers reinvest in public schools.

Read AZ Schools Now’s letter to Gov. Ducey about its recommendations for long-term investment to improve outcomes for students and reduce the state’s teacher shortage. For more information, visit AZ Schools Now at their new website. 

 Other AZ Schools Now Work:

AZ Schools Now Statement on FY 2018 Budget

Budget Cuts: $1.1 BILLION in K-12 Cuts Remain

AZ Schools Now Policy Priorities for Public Schools

AZ Schools Now Budget Priorities for Public K-12 Education

AZ Schools Now Statement on Governor’s Budget, January 2017

Letter to Arizona Legislators on Use of Proposition 123 Funds

Districts’ Use of Proposition 123 Funds

How Legislators Voted on School Funding, 2015 – 2016 

Guest Opinion, “Arizona Needs to Reinvest in Public Education,” Capitol Times, June 16, 2016

Letter to Classrooms First, July 2016