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Not all parents choose religious schools because of beliefsPosted on February 13, 2005 | Type: In the News | Author: Carrie White
The Siteks were not trying to hide their children from the big, bad world when they enrolled them in a private sectarian school.
Law enforcement signs on to push preschool for allPosted on February 08, 2005 | Type: In the News | Author: David Fried
Armed with a new report claiming thousands of California toddlers linger on preschool waiting lists, state law enforcement officials have signed on to a growing campaign to make preschool programs more available for poor children.
Conservative measure could derail light rail fundingPosted on February 08, 2005 | Type: In the News
A top critic of the Valley's soon-to-be-built light rail system wants the state to periodically audit the transit program and cut funding if the first segment of the new Metro system does not meet performance standards.
Panel approves tuition tax credit: Corporations would be eligiblePosted on February 04, 2005 | Type: In the News | Author: Robbie Sherwood
Corporations could set aside $10 million in taxes next year for scholarships so children from poor families could transfer from public to private schools under a bill that passed its first significant test at the Legislature on Thursday.
Educated GuessPosted on January 26, 2005 | Type: In the News
Making the tough choices about the future of public education in Arizona would be difficult enough with a firm understanding of what taxpayers are spending on education.