PCIC Leverages Commitments at 'Education Accountability' Assembly

 340 PCIC leaders packed the hall of Most Holy Trinity Catholic Church in Tucson for an "Education Accountability" session with 30 member institutions in attendance. Candidates for State Representative, Pima Community College Board, and Arizona Attorney General publicly responded to PCIC concerns around DACA, foreclosures, JobPath workforce development, and overall funding for public education.

Tucson Weekly reports on Fr. Tom Tureman's "barn burner" speech denouncing the educational system failure in Arizona: "Teachers are our first responders, but instead of supporting them, we revile them...." 'elect people who ignore education and spend their energy shouting about immigration and taxes.' More below.

Speakers Give Candidates an Earful, Tucson Weekly

Voters Fill Accountability Session in Pima County, Tucson News Now

Photos from event, PCIC

Support PCC, Arizona Daily Star

Brad Stoup & Alice Weekly: For 15 Years, JobPath Has Been a Bridge Out of Poverty, Arizona Daily Star

PCIC Wins In-State Tuition for DACA Students in Pima County, West / Southwest IAF