In the Summer of 1963, having just graduated from high school, I attended the march on Washington in which Martin Luther King gave his famous speech, saying he wanted his children to be judged by the content of their character rather than the color of their skin. All of my life I have believed that we are all individuals, brothers and sisters under the skin, and that what matters about us is what we know and can do, and not what race we were born into.
Horne asks State Board of Ed. to strengthen operation of ESA program
Tue, Mar 7 2023 •
PHOENIX – State schools chief Tom Horne has sent the State Board of Education four proposals for changes to the handbook regarding the administration of the Empowerment Scholarship Accounts (ESA) program. This is with an eye toward improving service for parents and students and to comply with updates to state law.