The Arizona School Board Association fired their general counsel after the former president claimed members failed to vet new executive director Devin Del Palacio during the hiring process and refused to look at an external investigation finding misrepresentations on his resume.
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State senators gave preliminary approval Thursday to a measure directing the Department of Education to come up with a list of books that are banned in public schools.
Arizona is again grappling with the issue of Empowerment Scholarship Accounts and whether voters should decide for themselves if taxpayer money can fund private and home schools for all K-12 students.
In the waning weeks of the 2022 session, Republican lawmakers are trying to make every Arizona student eligible for funding to help pay for private school tuition and tying the expansion to a $400 million increase in education funding.
The Arizona School Boards Association is leaving the National School Boards Association, ASBA Executive Director Sheila Harrison-Williams wrote Wednesday in a letter to NSBA Executive Director John Heim. “While we continue to believe that there is value in a national association of school boards, our primary obligation is to advocate for Arizona’s students to have […]
A new bill would put school board elections on partisan ballots, forcing board candidates to declare a party affiliation.
Some Arizona lawmakers say a court ruling that will limit adding policy provisions to budget bills could make for a very different session next year, and possibly a longer one.
ASBA compared its policy services to a Microsoft Word subscription and said that its model policies are its intellectual property.
A new organization calling itself a nonpartisan school board association is headed by Republican activists, including the first vice chair and treasurer of the Republican Party of Arizona, and the daughter of the chairwoman.
A teacher and a school district want a judge to decide whether a new law that bans school districts from requiring face masks takes effect now or later.