Join the College of Education on Wednesday, Oct 10 for a panel discussion on how citizen propositions, clean elections and oversight legislation can save Arizona public education.
Arizona’s annual school funding is a billion dollars less than it was in 2008. That’s a $4.5 billion loss since 2009.”
If you need special accommodations or information about parking contact
Fernando Parra at
520-621-9578 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Dawn Penich-Thacker is the co-founder and Communications Director of Save our Schools Arizona. She will discuss how grassroots movements can support and strengthen public schools.
Kirsten Engel is a professor at the UA College of Law and a member of the Arizona House of Representatives. Representative Engel will discuss the role of the Legislature in school funding and regulations.
Pam Powers Hannley is a member of the House of Representatives. Representative Powers Hannley will discuss the role of dark money and how we can protect clean elections.
Room 211 Kiva Room
College of Education
1430 E. 2nd Street
Tucson, AZ 85721