While every school district has its own rules for containing COVID-19 on campus, the CDC has also released recommendations to help schools stay safe.
The Phoenix Union High School District announced the campaign last week in an attempt to get 85% of its school community vaccinated.
A 2006 law still on the books denies undocumented students—including DACA recipients—in-state tuition rates in Arizona.
State lawmakers suspended the use of standardized tests for the ranking of schools, while still requiring that they be administered to students.
The ruling said if the lower court decides that the spending limit is exceeded, it must declare Proposition 208 unconstitutional and void it entirely.
The CDC recently issued new recommendations for all students, staff, and visitors in K-12 schools to wear masks, regardless of their vaccination status.
Just one week after Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey reaffirmed that masks cannot be required in public schools, at least seven Arizona school districts are moving forward with doing so regardless.