ASU and Helios expand partnership to enhance education in Arizona

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June 18, 2021 $6.5M Helios grant fuels data-driven Decision Center for Educational Excellence to help guide policy, increase postsecondary completion Arizona State University and Helios Education Foundation announced June 18 a five-year expansion of their partnership to enhance the work of the ASU Helios Decision Center for Educational Excellence, amounting to an additional $6.5 million … Read more

New Arizona education tax survives again, high court appeal pending

(Pexels photo) PHOENIX (AP) — A trial court judge on Tuesday threw out several legal challenges to a new voter approved tax on high-earning Arizonans, leaving just one additional issue raised by challengers to Proposition 208 in play while the state Supreme Court is considering whether the measure is constitutional. Maricopa County Superior Court Judge … Read more

New education tax again survives, high court appeal pending | Arizona and Regional News

Arizona Supreme Court Chief Justice Robert M. Brutinel, center, speaks during oral arguments, Tuesday, April 20, 2021, in Phoenix as Vice Chief Justice Ann A. Scott Timmer, left, and Justice Clint Bolick listen. The Arizona Supreme Court heard an expedited constitutional challenge to a new voter-approved tax on high-earning Arizonans designed to boost school funding … Read more

New Education Tax Again Survives, High Court Appeal Pending | Arizona News

New Education Tax Again Survives, High Court Appeal Pending | Arizona News

By BOB CHRISTIE, Associated Press PHOENIX (AP) — A trial court judge on Tuesday threw out several legal challenges to a new voter approved tax on high-earning Arizonans, leaving just one additional issue raised by challengers to Proposition 208 in play while the state Supreme Court is considering whether the measure is constitutional. Maricopa County … Read more

Arizona might not meet 70% vaccination goal by July 4, health official says | Local news

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Dr. Cara Christ, Arizona’s health chief.  Rebecca Sasnett / Arizona Daily Star Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services PHOENIX — The state’s top health official said Arizona may not meet President Biden’s goal of getting 70% of residents vaccinated against the coronavirus by July 4. “Historically, Arizona has had pockets of vaccine hesitancy, even before COVID-19,’’ … Read more

Arizona Burn Foundation talks wildfire education for families and kids | Arizona News

PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) – Memorial Day weekend is often referred to as the “unofficial” start of summer. As kids may be spending more time on their own in the next few months, the Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office has a new warning about how quick and dangerous brush fires can be. Body camera video, shared on the … Read more

Brent Emerson, the Fashion Designer from Arizona launches the new sustainable brand that redefines luxury basics

The Arizona-based fashion designer aims to endorse conscious spending towards apparel by offering of luxurious essentials with an empowering message of positive action setting the tone for fashion on a path ahead. Arizona – May 27, 2021 – With fashion as one of the most happening industries in the world, now more than ever, brands and … Read more