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K-12 public education is the key to a vibrant Arizona economy (access required)

As a public school administrator, I watched the debate regarding the aggregate expenditure limit (AEL) with a great deal of interest. I was fascinated by the political discussion, especially in the context of an election year. As with all elections - local, state or national - a major issue is the economy. The state of ...

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