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Schools repay businesses with broken promises (access required)

Arizona’s business community supports education by investing directly in our schools and in the organizations that support them. Nine years ago, with strong support from Arizona’s business community, taxpayers passed Proposition 301 to increase funding for education. Part of this support was based on the commitment of the education community to increase teacher salaries, put ...

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