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Q & A on Student Testing in ArizonaPosted on June 11, 2007 | Type: Press Release
Q: What tests do Arizona students take? A: In Arizona students take the Arizona Instrument to Measure Standards (AIMS) and a modified version of the TerraNova exam. Some students also take the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), also called the Nations Report Card.
Clint Bolick Honored with Spooner AwardPosted on May 30, 2007 | Type: Press Release
Goldwater Institute Senior Fellows latest book receives award for advancing literature of liberty
Ariz. Cities Battle for RetailersPosted on May 14, 2007 | Type: Press Release
Phoenix -- Arizona cities are at war. They are at war with each other over retailers and car dealerships. In order to lure these businesses into their city limits, cities offer incentive packages that include everything from free land to a share of sales tax revenue. From Costco to Cadillac to Cabelas, corporations are winning big on the taxpayer dime and existing local businesses face unfair competition.
Helping Students and Saving MoneyPosted on May 10, 2007 | Type: Press Release
Phoenix, Arizona leads the nation in school choice programs and research shows school choice improves student achievement. A new report shows school choice is also good for Arizonas bottom line.
Saving Enough for College?Posted on May 01, 2007 | Type: Press Release
Phoenix -- The cost of a college education has risen 35 percent in the past five years. But having a college degree is more important than ever. Are you financially prepared to send your children or grandchildren to college?