Education leaders discuss legislative priorities

Arizona education leaders share what they would like to see from the state legislature in the new year.

Ted Simons sits down with Chris Kotterman, director of Governmental Relations for the Arizona School Boards Association, Joe Thomas, president of the Arizona Education Association, and Jim Zaharis, executive vice president of the Arizona Business and Education Coalition.

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Joe Thomas, president of the Arizona Education Association
Chris Kotterman, Director of Governmental Relations for the Arizona School Boards Association

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