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Fox 10
Thursday, April 12, 2018
John Hook
The non-partisan group has been studying tax policy in Arizona since 1940. ATRA crunched the numbers, and came up with a national ranking that they claim is more realistic, when it comes to teacher pay. "We rank 40th in the nation, when adjusted for cost of living," said McCarthy.
The Arizona Republic
Sunday, April 1, 2018
Abe Kwok
Those who took issue with the conclusions included the Arizona Tax Research Association. The taxpayer watchdog group challenged the cost-of-living tool in the Morrison Institute report, known as the Regional Price Parities
The Arizona Republic
Friday, March 16, 2018
Laurie Roberts
“It would be an understatement to say there were an army of lobbyists on the other side for the universities,” said Kevin McCarthy, president of ATRA
The Arizona Republic
Monday, March 12, 2018
Sean McCarthy
Interestingly, BLS reports the lowest wage for Arizona teachers of any source. Its figures are lower than the averages reported by the auditor general, the NEA and the Arizona Department of Education.
Arizona Capitol Times
Friday, March 9, 2018
Katie Campbell
McCarthy said “This is what school districts aren’t really telling you: They don’t want a competitor inside their district.”
Arizona Capitol Times
Tuesday, February 27, 2018
Katie Campbell
McCarthy said the Roosevelt district isn’t alone; desegregation funds rarely seem to be alleviating the alleged violations, which McCarthy said auditors have pointed out in the past.
Arizona Daily Star
Sunday, January 7, 2018
Howie Fischer
“While we do stipulate and recognize Arizona’s teacher pay ranking has dropped in the last 20 years, we do not agree with the assertion that Arizona is last by any measure,” said Sean McCarthy,
Arizona Capitol Times
Thursday, May 25, 2017
Sean McCarthy
It was a surprise and a pleasure to see the Arizona School Boards Association President Tim Ogle weigh in so publicly about his concerns with equitable school funding. On this point, taxpayers and school advocates should be in harmony: Arizona’s outmoded funding formula is ill designed for the 21st century.
Arizona Republic
Sunday, February 5, 2017
Bob Robb
This is not a $211 million cut to education, as critics are trying to spin it. There might be no reduction in funding, depending on what local voters do. But there would be an end to taxation without taxpayer accountability. What’s the argument against that?
Arizona Republic
Thursday, February 2, 2017
Ricardo Cano
"We don’t think that it’s rational that the taxpayers would be paying for this on a permanent basis," said Kevin McCarthy.


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