The Kyl Center for Water Policy at Morrison Institute welcomes Arizona water leader Susan Craig as a Water Policy Analyst.

Sarah Porter, director of Morrison Institute’s Kyl Center for Water Policy at ASU, was a guest on Arizona Horizon and spoke about the Gila adjudication water rights to pum

Seattle teacher Darrin Hoop wrote an analysis for on how an initially small network of rank-and-file educators built a group that eventually spread across the Grand Can

KPHO 3TV Phoenix reported that calls into the Department of Child Safety hotline are increasing, as vital community services are getting reduced because of budget cuts.

In a guest commentary for, Arizona State University President Michael Crow wrote that NAFTA and Mexico have been beneficial to the United States, but that the Trump administration

When a child dies because of an abusive caregiver, hearts break and headlines blare. Teddy bears pile up at memorials while the public demands action and accountability.

Nonprofit Quarterly reported that teacher strikes, in West Virginia and Kentucky, to Oklahoma, and now Colorado and Arizona, have educators swarming state capitals to say “enough.” Enough

The Arizona Daily Sun published responses to a guest column by Coconino County teacher Chandler Jameson entitled "

The Camp Verde Bugle published a commentary by Steve Ayers, economic development director for the Town of Camp Verde, in which he asks "Does the Verde Valley have the water certainty we ne

The Tucson Sentinel reported that Arizona teachers plan to walk out of their classrooms April 26 to protest low salaries and nearly $1 billion cut from K-12 funding in the wake of the Grea

Andrea Whitsett has been named director of Morrison Institute for Public Policy at Arizona State University. She has served as interim director since August.

The Tucson Weekly reported that every Wednesday morning, educators across the state have been holding morning rallies, or “walk ins,” outside their schools.