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Education reform idea ‘moving down the track’

A group of business and education advocates that held a meeting in Scottsdale last month to discuss a possible education ballot measure for the 2012 elections has conducted a poll that reportedly shows broad support for a proposal that would restructure how schools are funded – provided there is accountability tied to improving test scores and graduation rates.

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