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School Reform in Arizona: An Assessment of the Final Report of the Governor's Task Force on Educational ReformPosted on February 01, 1992 | Type: Policy Report | Author: Terry Moe
In May 1991, Governor Fife Symington appointed a 42 member Task Force on Educational Reform to study the condition of kindergarten through 12th grade education in Arizona and to offer recommendations for improvements. This Task Force, along with a 17 member Subcommittee on Finance and Equalization, worked throughout the summer and fall and it issued its final report in December 1991.
A Review of Arizona Business Leadership for Education's ReportPosted on July 01, 1991 | Type: Policy Report | Author: Terry Moe
In this paper Professor Terry Moe of Stanford University reviews the report sponsored by Arizona Business Leadership for Education (ABLE) entitled "Better Schools for Arizona." (A four-page summary of the ABLE report is included following page 14 of this paper.)