Tom Horne
FameRank: 6

"Thomas Charles "Tom" Horne" is an American politician, prosecutor, and Republican Party (United States)/Republican Party activist who served as Attorney General of Arizona from 2011 to 2015. He previously served as the Arizona Department of Education Superintendent of Public Instruction from 2003 to 2011.

More Tom Horne on Wikipedia.

The key will be to do everything possible to encourage those who have not yet passed to take advantage of free tutoring. Ninety percent of those who took tutoring last year either reached proficiency or moved from 'falls far below' to 'approaches.' This proves that the tutoring works.

We're saying learn during the day, go after school and go protest. It's great for them to exercise their Constitutional rights.

For those who took tutoring, it (retaking the test) was widely successful. The problem is not enough kids took the tutoring.

Science will soon be included on the AIMS test, and the Avnet Science and Technology Fair is a tremendous opportunity for Arizona children to reinforce what they learn in the classroom. Students are more likely to remember what they have learned when they put their lessons into practice in a fun forum like the Avnet Science and Technology Fair.

There will definitely be rural centers if there are enough kids to justify it. There will be test security at the site when the test is given.

It's an incredible mystery to me. It doesn't make any sense.

We've done everything but get the kids up to take the test.