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Not really so bad: Lawmakers say their approach to school funding is misunderstood (access required)

Lawmakers made broad claims about education spending this year, from Gov. Doug Ducey’s administration promoting a “classrooms first” theme on social media to frequent boasts of spending more on education than at any time in Arizona’s history.

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