Arizona students will learn about the Holocaust, other genocides, under new law
Arizona schools will be required to teach students about the Holocaust and other genocides twice in a six-year span under a new law.
Controversial definition of anti-Semitism set for full Senate vote
A bill requiring a controversial definition of anti-Semitism when teaching about the Holocaust in Arizona schools passed Tuesday as lawmakers consider a flurry of budget bills.
As survivors pass on, Holocaust education could be headed to Arizona classrooms
Arizona students haven’t been properly taught about the Holocaust in recent years, according to a recent poll conducted by the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany.
Bill requires SROs take training on de-escalation, mental health
Amid controversies about the role that school resource officers play in Arizona schools, a bill that would require they be trained on mental health and de-escalation tactics has cleared a legislative committee.
Monday Musings: Will Dems win in 2020 only to see GOP control in 2021?
Zzzzzz…. Is this the sound of State Capitol legislators, lobbyists, staffers or journalists grabbing a few minutes of sleep? Unfortunately, no. The Zs, as they are known in political circles, are a group of Democratic House incumbents being recruited hard by big business interests.
Bill to ease private border wall construction advances
A bill that would allow private border wall construction in Arizona cleared its first legislative hurdle.