Educators, school board members, and administrators say they’ll be working together to make the budget work. Although the number seems like a lot of money, several organizations in the state say that it’s more of a compromise.
The 45-14 vote provided the required two-thirds majority to give schools the ability to spend $1.54 billion lawmakers appropriated last year that would have put them over the constitutional spending limit.
"We think you guys will inspire other teenagers, not just across the Phoenix area, not just across Arizona. We think you will inspire teenagers across the United States and maybe even the world to do the same."
hoenix is one the biggest major cities in the country to not have a Holocaust education program or a place for anyone with interest, ties or for students to go to directly to learn about the Holocaust and other genocides which makes it even more of a reason to get this education into school curriculum.