September 16, 2020

State

Former State Superintendent of Education Gives Prop. 208 Failing Grade

The No on Proposition 208 campaign released its second television ad today, and it includes the perspective of a respected voice from the education community.    The ad features Jaime Molera, the former Arizona state superintendent for public instruction and who was twice the president of the state Board of Education.  In the ad, Molera says Proposition

COVID-19

1 in 3 Arizonans believe employers should be liable for Covid-19 lawsuits, finds study

Liability Shields: Over 1 in 3 Arizonans believe employers should be liable for Covid-19 lawsuits, finds study.   Two-thirds of employees would report a colleague for not following Covid-19 health protocols. 74% say their temperature data should be kept confidential. Over half believe they should be compensated for out-of-hours Covid-19 testing. As business slowly starts to pick

Education

Deaf students at Arizona school will learn virtually, but not without obstacles

Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, students are adjusting to their new normal when it comes to online classes, virtual events and social distancing to prevent the spread of the disease. But for deaf and hard of hearing students in Arizona public schools, as well as for many more enrolled in private schools, these adjustments introduce new

Politics

Trump courts Arizona Latinos, considered critical in this battleground state

With polls showing him trailing in the state, President Donald Trump stopped in Phoenix on Monday to woo a key demographic that could make or break the November election and determine whether Arizona flips from red to blue: Hispanic voters. His appearance at a Latinos for Trump roundtable at Arizona Grand Resort & Spa came

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