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Goldwater Institute Sues City of Phoenix over $100 Million SubsidyPosted on August 08, 2007 | Type: Press Release
Groups seeks injunction against gift to CityNorth developer
Court Denies Injunction in Charter School CasePosted on August 07, 2007 | Type: Press Release
Phoenix--Today Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Robert Miles denied the request for an injunction brought by five charter schools against a new social studies curriculum mandate. The request for an injunction was one part of a larger lawsuit filed against the Arizona Department of Education in an effort to preserve charter school autonomy. Judge Miles' decision on the injunction was based on his finding that the schools did not move swiftly enough to protect their rights and did not comment on the merits of the case.
U.S. Department of Education Rejects Arizona's Grounds for Charter School RegulationPosted on July 25, 2007 | Type: Press Release
Phoenix--The U.S. Department of Education (USDoE) yesterday rejected a critical argument made by the Arizona Department of Education (ADE) in forcing charter schools to align their curricula to state edicts, a policy under court challenge by the Goldwater Institute Scharf-Norton Center for Constitutional Litigation.
Former State Superintendents File Court Documents against AZ Dept. of EducationPosted on July 23, 2007 | Type: Press Release
Bishop, Keegan, Molera oppose new curriculum mandate
Arizona state Government Spends $855 per SecondPosted on July 02, 2007 | Type: Press Release
Phoenix--The clock is ticking and taxpayers better hang on to their wallets. At midnight July 1, the Goldwater Institute and the Arizona Free Enterprise Club reset their state budget spending clocks and they are ticking away at a rate of $855 per second.