The Arizona House of Representatives Education Committee meeting on House Bill 2190 was strikingly similar to the landscape of American opinion on Common Core. Among the legislators and those who spoke at the meeting, there were some supporters, some starkly against Common Core, and some still on the fence.
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They can use the funds for expenses such as tutoring, private tuition, special education services, books, computers, and online and in-person classes. They can even save remaining funds for college.
As George Will notes in The Washington Post, the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision on Arizona’s “Clean Elections Act,” cleaned up some wrong-headed notions about what the First Amendment means. Given[…]