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Webinar – How to Put Customer Service and Community Engagement to Work for Your Schools – K12 Insight

Competition. Enrollment shifts. Safety. Technological change. The challenges facing K-12 schools are vast. Try as they might, your schools can’t clear these hurdles alone. You need buy-in from parents and community members. You also need the energy and focus that comes when teachers and students feel engaged and empowered to do their best. Join us [...]

Scholarship for Latino Youth – Hispanic Heritage Foundation

SCHOLARSHIP FOR LATINO YOUTH The Hispanic Heritage Foundation (HHF) established by the White House in 1987, is an award-winning nonprofit that identifies, inspires, prepares and positions Latino leaders in the classroom, community and workforce to meet America’s priorities. This is a very special year for us at HHF, it marks the 20th Anniversary of our [...]

12th Annual Dr. Alejandro Perez Memorial Scholarship Golf Tournament

The 12th Annual Dr. Alejandro Perez Memorial Scholarship Golf Tournament is coming up! When: Saturday September 22, 2018 - Starts at 7:30 am Check in Time: 7:00 am Where: The Legend at Arrowhead Golf Club 21027 N. 67th Avenu Glendale, AZ 85308 Phone: 623-561-1902 For more information contact: Arturo Carrizoza - Email: Phone: 602-578-1880 Jerry Cipriano - [...]

Valley School Admin Scholarship $5,000 Awarded at the 2018 AZALAS Annual Conference

As the Latino population continues to grow in the United States, the need for more Latino school administrators is greater than ever. In 2012 Latino children became the largest ethnic group in K-12 public schools in Arizona. However in 2016 only 15% of Administrative positions were held by Latino School Leaders in K-12 public schools in Arizona. The Valley Schools Admin Scholarship is funded by a generous donation from Valley Schools Management Group. AZALAS recognizes Latino administrators for their leadership by providing assistance toward an advanced degree in education. The top recipient will receive a one-time $5,000 scholarship award. The scholarship will be made payable to the recipient and will be awarded at the Fall Annual Conference. The deadline for scholarship applications has passed. Scholarships will be awarded at the October annual conference.

New Report: Arizona Ranks 45th in Conditions for Kids

  Conditions for Arizona children remain much as they have over the last three years, with drops in the state’s rankings in fourth-grade reading success and eighth-grade math proficiency, according to the 2018 KIDS COUNT® Data Book, released this week by the Annie E. Casey Foundation. Each year, the KIDS COUNT analysis evaluates 16 indicators [...]

Where Has All the Money for Public Schools Gone?

  Where has all the money gone? Even with the scramble at the end of the legislative session to appropriate funding for public school teachers and classrooms, Arizona continues to leave  K-12 education underfunded, with an ongoing teacher crisis, overcrowded classrooms, outdated textbooks and technology and classrooms that are unsafe for students. There is still $800 [...]