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Web site aims to show how Arizona schools make a difference (access required)

Bernie Sammons of Heartland Ranch Elementary School in Coolidge will kiss a pig if his first grade class reads and reports on 1,000 books by the end of the school year. And groups advocating for Arizona's public schools want everyone to know about it.Sammons' story is just one of those featured on azschoolsmakeadifference.org, a Web ...

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