education

AP

Formal efforts to ask voters to repeal Arizona's new school voucher expansion law and two others making it more difficult for citizens to enact laws have been filed.

Mark Henle / AZ Central

Arizona Superintendent of Public Instruction Diane Douglas is calling for a tax hike to increase teacher pay.

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The Arizona Board of Education has restructured how public schools are going to be graded. The Arizona Republic reported Monday that schools will still be rated based on A-F letter grades, but a new set of criteria will be used for both elementary and high schools.

Carrie Jung - KJZZ

A Republican who ran for Arizona governor in 2014 and a former Democratic lawmaker are jumping into the 2018 race for the seat held by Superintendent of Public Instruction Diane Douglas.

Associated Press

A years long effort to expand school vouchers to all 1.1 million Arizona schoolchildren is coming to come to a head.

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