Ariz. (KYMA, KECY) - Based on a recent poll from Education Forward Arizona, state voters want to better the education system and offer solutions for the teacher shortage, raise teacher pay and increase school funding.
Arizonans were able to express their concerns about teachers being underpaid, how schools are underfunded and about the teacher shortage.
According to the survey, voters want schools to have qualified teachers and principals, students to be proficient in math and reading and more opportunities for Career and Technical Education.
Including, to provide support and resources for underperforming schools and help working adults and low-income students get support for higher education and future jobs.
Arizona voters are prioritizing education to be discussed in this year's election and to gain support for the education system.