/ Modified feb 5, 2021 4:50 p.m.

Priorities laid out by Supt. Hoffman in State of Education address

Analysis from Arizona Daily Star education reporter Danyelle Khmara.

Arizona Superintendent Kathy Hoffman’s annual State of Education address focused largely on the pandemic’s impact on public education. She told members of the State Senate Education Committee that students are at the center of the crisis and called on lawmakers to deliver more funding to schools. We discussed Hoffman’s hopes for this legislative session and factors that continue to keep students out of the classroom with Arizona Daily Star education reporter Danyelle Khmara.

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