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State of education — Learning plans, international studies, higher teacher pay needed (access required)

Rapid, technological changes in the world are necessitating urgent and dramatic improvements in the ways we educate Arizona’s children. These changes require that we have the courage and willingness to find common ground to look beyond piecemeal efforts. The No Child Left Behind Act was a step in the right direction by the federal government because ...

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