The committee was established in May, but vacant seats and rescheduled meetings have delayed its first hearing. It has until Dec. 31 to release a report on the state's voucher program.
The Arizona state budget will roll out $15.5 million for dual enrollment tuition, with priority given to low-income students.
Grecia Cubillas, a 2023 Arizona State University graduate, originally intended to move back to Mexico after she graduated from her Tucson high school in 2019.
Participants on Tuesday discussed “the growing chorus of diverse voices speaking out against politicians and their far-right supporters’ attempts to attack students’ freedom to learn."
Darrell Hill started his college education journey decades ago at Utah State University on a football scholarship—and he finished it at ASU at 52 years old with plans to attend graduate school.
This scholarship provides the opportunity for Indigenous students in Arizona to receive funding for their education and connect with mentors along the way.
The state budget provides nearly $400 million in additional education funding, but no spending limit on Arizona’s costly universal voucher program.
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