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KTAR News reported more teachers in Arizona are leaving the profession due to factors ranging from poor pay rates to increasing amounts of administrative responsibilities.

The Arizona City Independent reported that State Superintendent of Public Instruction Diane Douglas has proposed extending and increasing the Proposition 301 sales tax from 6/10 of a cent

ASU’s Morrison Institute for Public Policy and the Arizona Citizens Clean Elections Commission released a study today finding that registered voters in Arizona report significant differences in how

Various media coverage from the day.

Arizona teacher recruitment, retention and pay are at crisis levels with more teachers leaving the profession annually than bachelor of education degrees produced by the three universities, compoun

KJZZ’s Steve Goldstein spoke with Thom Reilly, director of Morrison Institute for Public Policy at ASU, about this past November’s surprising election results, as most pol

Arizona Public Media reported that a survey by researchers at Arizona State University's Morrison Institute found that

The prevalence of prescription opioid abuse and addiction in Arizona is widespread, according to the Morrison-Cronkite News Poll: Arizonans’ Opinions on Opioids and Addiction.

On March 28, approximately 325 people traveled to the University of Arizona Student Union for the WRRC Annual Conference, Irrigated Agriculture in Arizona: A Fresh Perspective.

The Trump administration's decision to omit previously required climate-change considerations in water policy does not mean weather trends will be ignored in such planning, according to a Tucso

The Phoenix New Times published a news story about HB 2404, a bill signed into law that will make it more difficult for citizen initiatives to achieve ballot status.

12News reported on a Phoenix Mayor's Commission on Disability Issues report regarding how Phoenix police and others respond to mentally ill residents in crisis:

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