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Bill preventing child pornography, rape, and torture signed into law

“Paul Boyer is a champion for victimized and abused children. His work in shepherding the Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) bill has literally rescued children from the clutches of pornographers and assisted the prosecution of offenders,” said Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery. “I’m proud to work with him on safeguarding children and look forward to

 
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Common Core won’t make your dreams come true

Want to improve education? Put good teachers in classrooms by Paul Boyer No education standards, however well crafted, can teach a student how to use their minds well. Only a teacher can help accomplish this. Yet Common Core supporters tell us the new education standards in English, language arts and math will give future generations

 
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15,000 cases of Arizona child porn, most uninvestigated

By Paul Boyer Lawmaker: Victims are getting younger and the crimes more violent. We just need more investigators to get the bad guys. Investigators say child-pornography victims are getting younger, and the abuse is becoming more violent. In Arizona, we know of 15,000 IP addresses (the Internet Protocol labels assigned to each computer device) belonging

 
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The AZMerit scores don’t tell us that much

What If: Do AzMERIT scores matter? The House education chair and state school board leader square off. The AZMerit test scores matter to: — Those with a faith-based belief in the Common Core standards and a federalized education system. — The behavioral and social science research company that charged Arizona $19 million for creating the

 
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What if an Arizona college education were ‘as nearly free as possible’?

What If: Colleges were funded so well that they were nearly free. Would the benefits outweigh the costs? COLLEGE IS ALREADY ‘AS FREE AS POSSIBLE’ IN MANY WAYS State Rep. Paul Boyer, chair of House Education Committee: The question assumes Arizona college education is not as nearly free as possible when in many instances it

 
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