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Editorial: Education needs help; is ballot measure the answer?

Seventh-grade science teacher Alyson Anderson and other Prescott Mile High Middle School teachers and students welcome parents as they drop students off as part of the #RedForEd movement, Wednesday, April 18, 2018. The movement was successful in getting lawmakers to make teachers' salaries a priority. In 2020, a potential ballot measure is seeking a tax on higher incomes to help fund education. (Les Stukenberg/Courier, file)

Seventh-grade science teacher Alyson Anderson and other Prescott Mile High Middle School teachers and students welcome parents as they drop students off as part of the #RedForEd movement, Wednesday, April 18, 2018. The movement was successful in getting lawmakers to make teachers' salaries a priority. In 2020, a potential ballot measure is seeking a tax on higher incomes to help fund education. (Les Stukenberg/Courier, file)

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