by David Safier
"All Southern Arizonans are encouraged to attend, share stories about how education cuts have affected them, and discuss how we can work together to solve our state’s education funding crisis."Education Excellence Expo, Saturday, Oct. 24, Begins 10:30am, Salt River Fields (7555 N. Pima Rd., Scottsdale, AZ). The Education Excellence Expo will precede an Arizona Fall League professional baseball game. TIckets for the expo and the game are $8. (More information on the Support our Schools website)
"The E3 Expo will provide a visual and experiential showcase of the top achievements/projects produced by public school students throughout Arizona. Attendees, including, students, teachers, families, legislators and community members, will see for themselves, the outstanding caliber of so many programs taking place throughout our Arizona Public School District System."Classrooms First Initiative Council meeting, Thursday, Oct. 29, Begins 10am, TUSD's Duffy Family Community Center (5145 E. Fifth Street). Governor Ducey's education council, which is putting together a list of recommendations for ways to change the funding and educational programs for Arizona's K-12 schools, will hold a meeting in Tucson.
Meetings 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Full Council Meeting 2:30 pm
*All meetings are open to the public.*