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AZ included in the Bipartisan Policy Center Report

Thanks to Read On Arizona’s MapLIT data tools and collaborative approach to data integration, Arizona is included in the Bipartisan Policy Center Report—Child Care in 25 States: What We Know …

February 2, 2021

Giant giveaway: 16,000 free books for Tempe families

Generous grant supports schools, nonprofits, city programs More children and families in Tempe are able to read and learn together thanks to the distribution of 16,000 new free books to …

January 27, 2021


Arizona State Budget Proposal Gov. Doug Ducey Released Friday

As Arizona enters the second year of a pandemic that has strained the public health system and sent the unemployment rate skyward, Gov. Doug Ducey has unveiled a budget proposal …

January 15, 2021

NEW: Gov. Ducey announces $19 million to help Arizona students impacted by pandemic

Funding Will Help Schools And Students Close The Achievement Gap Through Targeted Intervention Programs PHOENIX — Governor Doug Ducey, in partnership with Arizona Superintendent of Public Instruction Kathy Hoffman, today …

November 10, 2020


Arizona Awarded $20 Million Federal Grant to Improve Literacy

Office of Superintendent Kathy Hoffman September 23, 2020 The U.S. Department of Education awarded the Arizona Department of Education (ADE) a $20 million Comprehensive Literacy State Development Grant (CLSD) to …

September 23, 2020

Early Literacy

Reading is vital to a child’s ability to learn and be successful in school. And the early literacy skills needed to be a good reader — like language and vocabulary …

September 15, 2020


What the Words Say: A Struggle with Reading

Many kids struggle with reading – and children of color are far less likely to get the help they need. A false assumption about what it takes to be a …

August 10, 2020

How to Reopen America’s Schools

Parents who have watched their children struggle with online learning since schools across the country were closed in March are painfully aware that virtual classes are no substitute for face-to-face …

June 6, 2020




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