Pima Coutny Cartel, you may not be aware of just how right you are. Customs and Border Patrol just released a report that says they are storing the bodies of 850+ unidentified illegals that were recovered from border crossers. They are stored here in Tucson.
Our President and sanctuary governments gave these people encouragement to break our laws to get here. These victims lie frozen here waiting to be identified.
Money. Money. Money. You have got to adjust the message because people catch on to that too fast. Why not call it something else. Like "let's INVEST in our children."
Oh wait, they're not our children are they? AZ teaching professional choose not to send their kids to public schools so they earn enough to pay for it. But let's continue to keep the poor down and leave them stuck in declining schools with less than the best teachers. You're the one that said they are working in other fields.
It looks like never Roger. The media is morally bankrupt and now we must move on without them.
Susan Hirsh, it is called Bleach Bit, and yes Hillary used it on her private server. If FBI Director Comey had any guts he would refer for investigation and prosecution. The fact that she incorporated it into her plan to hide government business on a private server is INTENT. Americans have no idea how deceptive this woman and her husband are. In less than 3 years they have amassed $150M dollars in personal savings. (That can be traced) makes you wonder why they used Swiss accounts in the 90s doesn't it?
How is that economy working for you?
Put Chuckelberry on the first baloon!
Fix the roads!
When does the story get released about the Democrats illegally handing out our tax dollars to their favorite "charities," such as Planned Parenthood? Or, the Democrats funding a Private Business with our tax dollars? Or, the misuse of HURF Funds which has left our roads in dispair. It is sad that the Media isn't elected by the people, but rather it is bought and paid for by those who manipulate our elections.
Did she use bleaching to erase her emails? Hillary did.
If the kind of change Trump supporters are looking for does come, I suspect they will find that they have plenty more to lose. But, for the time being, it seems to feel good to many people in this country to make emphatic, "in your face" statements which promote the idea that a crass, unstable real estate developer will magically be able to solve all our problems as a nation. It is deeply troubling.
College educated, credentialed teachers who are choosing not to work in their profession because it does not pay a professional wage comparable to what they can earn in other professions requiring college degrees -- and there are thousands like this in the state now, more than enough to fill all the vacant positions currently filled by insufficiently qualified substitutes -- are not like Washington insiders who don't want to give up their unreasonably inflated salaries. They are people who could be doing the next generation a valuable and much-needed service, but who are unable or unwilling, quite reasonably, to provide that service at far below what is reasonable compensation for work requiring that much up-front investment in the education required to qualify.
In a context where the cost of college tuition has risen more than 300% in the last 30 years, education professionals, like other members of the college educated middle class, have to be prepared to pay back their own educational loans and to pay a small fortune to educate their own children.
Because there are so many people in this state who don't think their own children are worth the investment it actually takes to maintain fully qualified professionals in K-12 schools, many of our Arizona teaching professionals have to work in other fields in order to be able to afford to fully educate their own children. A sad irony.
"Coffee is a vital part of college life." Interesting thesis. I got through college without drinking a single cup, and so can anyone else. If coffee were a necessary beverage, coffee plants would grow naturally in the local area.
The article indicates a lack of integrity on the part of the writer, mixing some serious and good information with some that is stupid and irresponsible. Is the Weekly so hard up for cash that they can't afford to hire a good writer?
No it isn't. You sound just like Washington insiders opposing Donald Trump to preserve their income. Had enough, and we have nothing more to lose. Change is coming.
Yes they did.
So they should have said 35?
Great writing as usual. It gives hope and optimism for the future, and that's what we need now in these troubled times.
I'm looking forward to the opening day as well! :)
John Justice just left The Truth 104fm station. Did you know that?
In a few more years, Frogge may be ready to serve effectively in the Legislature. She has much energy and spirit, but in debate with Engle, Engle emerges as the more prepared if not more connected candidate. I believe Engle is ready now to move forward alongside Mach.
Huppenthal and / or whoever may be commenting under email@example.com:
Motivation is important. Student and parent engagement are important.
Employing professional teachers who have an ACCURATE understanding of how learning works and what the best methods are in each of the subject areas is also critically important, and, as I have pointed out before, when you pay professionals with college degrees (and many of them with master's degrees) in their fields the paltry "salaries" they are paid in this state, you will not be able to retain the kind of professional educators that can most benefit students in Arizona classrooms.
Decision makers in the field of education in this state seem to believe it is possible to go back to how the profession was managed before educated women had other professional opportunities. These days, women are not constrained to "teacher, nurse, or secretary." The unavailability of other options (and the fact that most teachers were women whose husbands were the main wage earners in their families) is what kept salaries in the profession depressed for so long. These days, if you want to retain the most qualified people in the profession, you have to compete with salaries in medicine, law, business.
A friends knows of former classmates at the University of Vermont College of Education, where she got her teaching credentials, who after a couple of decades in the teaching profession are making over $100K per year. Teaching in Tucson, this woman is making $40-something K with the same number of years of experience.
If you're so interested in free market models perhaps you should do a little more research in the area of human resources and human capital. Paying teachers as little as we do is destroying our education system in this state.
Well it sure beats watching reruns of Ice Road Truckers... You can't make this s..t up!
"40+ years of Democratic control," unless you count 1991-1996, when the board was controlled by Republicans.
Have a nice day.
You left out Nixon. His administration created the "schedule" system, and put marijuana on Schedule 1. When people, including scientists and physicians, objected, he created a blue ribbon panel to study the matter, and then promptly ignored their findings. Marijuana has continued to be on Schedule 1 ever since, for no good reason, other than the fact that Nixon associated its use with "hippies" and "negroes."
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