Phoenix, AZ Education


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The education in Phoenix, AZ has been continually growing and improving for years. The city offers students of all ages the opportunity to attend excellent schools, with many having high ratings from parents and educational experts alike. These schools provide a variety of learning opportunities for children from kindergarten up to grade twelve. They also offer a wide range of extracurricular activities such as sports, clubs, music classes, and after-school programs to enrich the student experience. Additionally, the local community college provides ample higher education options for those seeking to further their education in the city. All of these aspects combined make Phoenix an ideal place to live and learn for those who are looking for a quality education at any level.

Phoenix schools spend $9,039 per student (The US average is $12,383). There are 19 pupils per teacher, 1,574 students per librarian, and 1,108 children per counselor.

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Phoenix Arizona represents a lot of problems with Arizona but it is the big city which has to carry more burdens than the rest of the greater Phoenix Area. 1.  More

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I have lived here my whole life and it used to be not be as busy as it is. It used to be a state where old people would retire in this state and used to be cheap. To put  More

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Over 3 years ago

I've lived here for a year. I lived in South Mountain. There's a lot of homeless people, a lot ot trash in the alleys, a lot of pot holes, no infrastructure, flash  More

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