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Governor's all-day K plan enlarges state nanny rolePosted on March 01, 2005 | Type: In the News
Gov. Janet Napolitano is championing a plan for state-run, full-day kindergarten. On its heels, she is advancing state-supported preschool. The ultimate goal, as she told the National Task Force on Public Education, is to make preschool "a lockstep component of public schooling."
Tax Dollars Have No Place In Political CampaignsPosted on February 18, 2005 | Type: In the News | Author: Mark Brnovich
Connecticut Senate President Pro Tem Donald E. Williams Jr. recently declared that "public financing is the cornerstone of election reform." Thomas Jefferson disagrees. So do I.
Funding cuts weighed for full-day kindergarten: Long-term benefits questioned; Gov. seeks state moneyPosted on February 17, 2005 | Type: In the News | Author: Eric Sagara
Two years ago, Angela Sartain watched her oldest son, Pierce, a graduate of half-day kindergarten, cry over his first-grade homework. Now, her youngest son, Wyatt, is in full-day kindergarten and already reading at a first-grade level at Marana's Desert Winds Elementary School.
Family, state budget processes not analogousPosted on February 16, 2005 | Type: In the News | Author: Satya Thallam
We hear it all the time: "If a family should be forced to reduce its budget in bad times, so should government." It has become something of a mantra among fiscal conservatives.
Conservatives push anti-tax laws for ArizonaPosted on February 16, 2005 | Type: In the News
Conservatives and some top business activists want to bring a controversial set of anti-tax laws and government spending caps to Arizona.