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Verde Valley schools respond to Ducey’s education voucher system expansion

According to Sedona-Oak Creek School District Superintendent Dave Lykins (left), expanding empowerment scholarship accounts to allow public school students to use state money to attend private and parochial schools creates a “financial incentive” to remove students from Arizona’s public schools. (right) Regarding Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey signing legislature to make the state’s public school students eligible to receive state money to attend private and parochial schools, Mingus Union Principal Jennifer Chilton says that the state’s public schools should be “bolstered, not battered.” (Photos by Bill Helm)

According to Sedona-Oak Creek School District Superintendent Dave Lykins (left), expanding empowerment scholarship accounts to allow public school students to use state money to attend private and parochial schools creates a “financial incentive” to remove students from Arizona’s public schools. (right) Regarding Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey signing legislature to make the state’s public school students eligible to receive state money to attend private and parochial schools, Mingus Union Principal Jennifer Chilton says that the state’s public schools should be “bolstered, not battered.” (Photos by Bill Helm)

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