When Arizona state superintendent Tom Horne asked teachers what he could do to make schools run better, 600 responded. Their messages painted a sobering picture: Overcrowded classes, experienced teachers struggling to make ends meet on second or even third jobs, and a lack of funding needed for teacher aides or basic supplies. "We've got to do better by our teachers," Horne said. "We need to keep these people in the classroom."
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