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As a former School Board member in Tucson, it’s a lifelong mission of mine to ensure that every child receives the world-class education they deserve—regardless of their zip code, immigration status, or language barriers. For too long, we’ve cut budgets and forced teachers to make miracles with fewer resources while leaving our students—particularly students of color—ill-prepared to enter the workforce of pursue higher education opportunities. Stronger investments in our public schools, increasing apprenticeships and technical training, and making higher education opportunities more affordable and accessible are some of the best ways we can ensure our children receive the education they need to prepare them for participation in the 21st century workforce.

More on Education

May 13th, 2010
Grijalva Highlights 100 Percent Rating From American Association of University Women for 111th Congress
May 5th, 2010
Grijalva Highlights $5.4 Million in Service Learning Grants For Community Organizations and Education Authorities
April 30th, 2010
Grijalva Highlights May 1 Availability of John David Fry College Scholarship for Children of Fallen Soldiers
April 30th, 2010
Grijalva Congratulates San Luis High School Student Winner of 2010 Congressional Art Competition
April 22nd, 2010
Grijalva Congratulates Eight Tucson Recipients of National Endowment for the Arts Grants Totaling $169,000
April 7th, 2010
Grijalva Congratulates Schools on Receiving National Endowment for the Humanities “More Perfect Union” Awards
April 7th, 2010
Arizona Receives $70 Million to Turn Around Low-Performing Schools – Money Will be Available For Fall Term
April 5th, 2010
Grijalva Congratulates Tucson Schools for Receiving Grant to Expand Arabic Culture and Language Instruction
March 26th, 2010
Grijalva Touts $61 Billion Savings, New Benefits for Students and Universities in Student Lending Reform Package
March 23rd, 2010
Grijalva Calls Arizona Cuts to Childrens’ Health Care a “Road to Ruin,” Points Out Loss of Federal Matching Funds