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Slash-and-burn approach would undermine state (access required)

For too long, education has been relegated to a budget line-item, haggled over like the price of coffee in India. Investment in education must be viewed as an investment in Arizona’s future economy. And while we face an unprecedented budget crisis today, future economic success for our state and our children is tied directly to ...

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