Education funding proposition stirs emotions

Screen Shot 2016-04-12 at 8.05.39 AMBy Shelley Ridenour | East Valley Tribune

Mesa mom Jessica Bailey says she’s conflicted about Proposition 123.

“I think it’s a bad deal,” Bailey says. “But I think if voters don’t approve it, the governor and legislators will use it against us and say people don’t want to fund education.”

Bailey, the mom of three kids who are either in school or soon will be, is a substitute teacher who is working on her master’s degree in education. She is among moms who support additional funding for education but are not sure Proposition 123 is the answer.

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