Students vote to decide how to spend school district funds

Some 40-thousand Arizona students at 34 schools recently participated in a project where students help decide how to spend school district funds. The project is called Participatory Budgeting and it is taking place around the world on various government levels. The students were able to use real voting equipment for their campus vote days.

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Sybil Francis, PH.D. President and CEO Center for the Future of Arizona

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