Recruiting and Retaining High-Quality Teachers
Arizona’s teacher shortage is one of the most significant issues facing our schools. Here's my plan to tackle this critical issue.
Supporting the Mental Health of Our Students
Mental health services are critical to student wellbeing and the overall health of our communities.
Bridging the Digital Divide
Access to technology and broadband internet is critical for the modern-day workplace and ensuring students are college and career ready.
Creating Welcoming, Diverse, and Inclusive Schools
Arizona’s public schools exist to serve all students who walk through their doors. No matter who you are or who you love, you are welcome in our schools.
Expanding Career and Technical Education (Vocational Education)
Our students deserve the opportunity access the education and training they need to be successful in a meaningful career that offers financial security and self-sufficiency while also ensuring that our economy has the well-prepared talent it needs to thrive.
Supporting our Teachers and School Staff
From bus drivers and cafeteria workers to teachers aides and administrative support staff, there are thousands of adults who make learning in a safe, healthy, and welcoming environment possible.
Reducing Classroom Sizes
When we fully fund our schools and address issues of overcrowding, our students get more individualized learning attention, a stronger personal connection to their teacher, and better learning outcomes.
Preparing Our Children for Success
Our schools need reliable financial resources to ensure every child and young adult has access to high-quality academic programs, extracurriculars, and educators they need to succeed.
Paid Parental Leave
As a new mom, Superintendent Hoffman knows that common-sense policies like paid parental leave are long overdue for our state's educators.
Universal Pre-K and Full Day Kindergarten
Anyone who’s worked in our classrooms will tell you that access to early childhood education is one of the absolute strongest predictors of students’ academic success.
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