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Teachers, schools would benefit from renewing, expanding Prop. 301 (access required)

As the Arizona superintendent of public instruction, I have traveled around the state three times on my annual “We Are Listening Tours.” These tours give fellow Arizonans the opportunity to tell me what’s going right, what’s going wrong and the chance to propose possible solutions for everything pertaining to K-12 education. No matter what corner of ...

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