Sunday, December 8, 2013

AZ Illustrated Politics: CPS Crisis, City Council Budget Troubles, TUSD Challenges & More!

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Arizona Education Network President Ann-Eve Pedersen, Tucson Metro Chamber President & CEO Mike Varney and Inside Tucson Business editor Mark Evans talk about the uproar over more than 6,000 uninvestigated CPS reports, the budget challenges facing the city of Tucson, the important of downtown revitalization and turning around TUSD's tarnished reputation.

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