Yes on West-MEC

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Why vote Yes?

why vote yes

Our students need options for post-secondary education and job training.

  • Every student may not attend college.  We must foster an education system with multiple opportunities for high school career training as well as post-secondary education.  High School students should have a chance to learn the skills to succeed in a career and obtain industry certification.  

Career and technical education is the best value in education.

  • It is included as part of the student's public school education, so it is provided as part of their school day essentially training them for a career before they graduate high school.  Even college bound students can save the state and their families’ money, because they have gone through this program while still in high school.

High quality education programs are critical to attracting businesses.

  • Quality schools enhance our property values and help attract and retain businesses.  Technical education provides the educated and trained workforce for companies to hire. Arizona’s long term economic success and competitiveness are directly tied to our ability to educate our workforce.

West-MEC is s a smart investment to train our future workforce.

  • Over the next few years, West-MEC is expected to more than double in its student population and grow from 21 central programs to 40 central programs.  This bond will help bring more programs throughout the district such as construction trades and health/dental to the Northeast Valley, veterinary and heavy equipment to the Southwest Valley, and heavy diesel to the Northwest Valley.  It will also allow the purchase of additional land to build new campuses.  
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