Governor Ducey’s FY2018 Budget

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We recognize the Governor’s proposed budget serves to identify important priorities for K-12 public schools such as teacher salaries, meeting the needs of low income students, early literacy initiatives and investing in building renewal. The Governor is correct in prioritizing these issues, and we appreciate his acknowledgement in the proposed budget. When fully implemented, these changes could mean an extra …

ASBA Officers for 2017

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The Arizona School Boards Association elected their Executive Committee today at their Annual Business Meeting during the 59th Annual Conference. Elected officers include: President-Elect Linda Lyon, Oracle School District Treasurer Lawrence Robinson, Roosevelt Elementary School District Secretary Steven Chapman, Tolleson Union HS District The election of secretary, treasurer and president-elect was held at the ASBA Annual Business Meeting at 11:15 …

ASBA Immediate Past President Jesus Rubalcava joins NSBA’s Board of Directors

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PHOENIX – The Arizona School Board Association’s immediate past president, Jesus Rubalcava and Gila Bend school board president, was selected to serve as Pacific Region director on the National School Board Association’s Board of Directors. Rubalcava received the nod from the committee to continue serving as the Pacific Region director representing the eight states of the Pacific Region. His office …

New Director of Research Joins ASBA/AASBO

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ASBA is excited to announce a new addition to the leadership team. Please welcome Anabel Aportela who will serve as the Director of Research beginning in July. This is a new position with responsibilities that will be shared with AASBO. The Director of Research will conduct and manage research on a state and national level, develop and implement dashboards and …

Prop. 123 Results Statement

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We are thrilled that voters have spoken and confirmed K-12 education remains a top priority in Arizona. The Impact to Schools and Students All Arizona public schools will get an adjustment for this current year in June of 2016 to use immediately to retain teachers and support student learning. Their vote has settled a seven-year legal battle that our public …