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Phoenix Students Deserve the Opportunity to Succeed.

 

Arizona spends less per student that any other state in the nation. Our state leaders have cut education to the bone.*

* U.S. Census Bureau’s Public Education Finances Report

 
 
 

The Phoenix Union Override will grant our students vital resources to thrive in underfunded schools and beyond.

Education is about creating opportunity. By providing upgraded classroom technology, vocational classes and teacher training, the Phoenix Union Override invests in students and equips them with the tools they need for the 21st century economy. Our students will flourish with greater opportunities.

 
 
 

Here’s how the override will help our schools

  • Hire, train and retain quality classroom teachers
  • Upgrade classroom technology and enhance science classrooms and labs to help prepare students for high-tech jobs
  • Improve vocational education and teacher job training
  • Update school safety equipment like fire alarms, smoke detectors and sprinklers
  • Make all Phoenix Union high schools handicap accessible as required by law

     

 
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Supporters

Phoenix elected, business and community leaders support the Phoenix Union Override because they know we need strong schools to keep our city strong:

 

Mayor Greg Stanton
Sen. Adam Driggs
Sen. Katie Hobbs
Sen. Martin Quezada
Rep. Kate Brophy McGee
Rep. Eric Meyer
Rep. Lela Alston
Rep. Ken Clark
Rep. Rebecca Rios
Rep. Charlene Fernandez
Rep. Jonathan Larkin
Rep. Mark Cardenas

 

Roosevelt School Board Member Lawrence Robinson
Gary & Melissa Trujillo
Tom Oviatt
Linda Abril
Paul Lowes
Chef Aaron Chamberlin
Sue Glawe
Jennifer Sanchez
The Phoenix Union High School District Governing Board
Business leader Dave Howell
Local business leader and Phoenix Union parent Susan Gray