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  • Goldwater Institute Names Damon Chetson as Vice President

    Posted on September 07, 2004 | Type: Press Release

    Damon Chetson, former director of educational programs at the Institute for Humane Studies (IHS) at George Mason University, has been named vice president of the Goldwater Institute.

  • AIMS Test Provides Transparency, Falls Short on Accountability

    Posted on August 23, 2004 | Type: Press Release

    PHOENIX-Tomorrow, the Arizona Department of Education is scheduled to release the results of the spring 2004 Arizona Instrument to Measure Standards (AIMS) test. AIMS is an annual snapshot of student progress toward state academic standards.

  • Analysis by American Federation of Teachers Incomplete: Charter School Students Show Higher Achievement Growth

    Posted on August 18, 2004 | Type: Press Release

    PHOENIX-An analysis released yesterday by the American Federation of Teachers (AFT) concludes that charter school student achievement is lagging. The AFT stated that their analysis "shows that charter school students mostly underperform and sometimes score about as well as regular public school students." However, that conclusion is based on a limited one-year snapshot of test scores.

  • Superior Court Decision Flouts Law: Undermines Initiative Process

    Posted on July 29, 2004 | Type: Press Release

    PHOENIX-In an unexpected ruling today, Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Margaret Downie ruled that the No Taxpayer Money for Politicians Act violates the "single-subject" rule of the Arizona Constitution (Article XXI, Section1), a decision that could stop the initiative from appearing on the November ballot. The defenders of the initiative are rightly filing a special action with the Arizona Supreme Court, requesting review of the lower court decision.

  • Scottsdale City Council to Invoke Emergency Clause: Flagrant Abuse of Municipal Power

    Posted on June 30, 2004 | Type: Press Release

    PHOENIX - The Scottsdale City Council will vote Tuesday to approve a controversial plan to turn the site of the former Los Arcos mall into a business park. Scottsdale officials plan to invoke the city charter's emergency clause to prevent a voter referendum on the $130 million project.

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