Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey plans to roll out a new proposal to boost funding for the state's K-12 school system by using cash from the state's land trust.
Ducey spokesman Daniel Scarpinato said the governor will reveal details of his plan at a news conference at a Phoenix high school Thursday. It will involve a "substantial" amount of new funding.
Ducey met with schools chief Diane Douglas and key school superintendents Wednesday, and his staff met with other education leaders.
Scarpinato declined to provide additional details in advance of the governor's announcement.