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Let’s not go there

The Arizona Business and Education Coalition has some questions about Ducey’s land trust reform plan, and has some suggestions about how to improve it. ABEC CEO and President Dick Foreman said the organization is glad Ducey is addressing school funding, but hopes to work with lawmakers and Ducey to come up with a way to ensure the new funding is a steady, ongoing stream, and won’t drop off after the 10 years that Ducey’s plan outlines.

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Why sit on our assets?

Ducey today (June 4) unveiled his proposal to provide more funding for K-12 education by increasing the amount of money that schools receive from the state’s Permanent Land Endowment Trust Fund, which contains the proceeds from the sale of state trust land.

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Does this mean the #classroomsfirst hashtag is back?

Ducey today (May 22) announced the membership of his Classrooms First Initiative Council, which he created by executive order in early January, a week after taking office. The council, which includes a mix of district and charter school officials, is charged with “simplifying and modernizing” Arizona’s school funding system.

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