Strained Arizona School Budgets Typical Across Country
State revenues have largely recovered following the recession, but most states are still spending less money per pupil today than they were before.
State revenues have largely recovered following the recession, but most states are still spending less money per pupil today than they were before. Some states, including Arizona, fall even further behind and are struggling to retain teachers, keep schools operational and provide basic services to students. (The New York Times)
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