David Garcia on Education
An experienced educator focusing on public schools
David is the one person most capable of tackling the crisis in Arizona's schools. Arizona is being held back because our state leadership is not committed to creating an excellent public education system. "Doug
Ducey's failed commitment to public education is hurting our economy," he says. To strengthen our schools, our next Governor needs not only expertise, but a teacher's commitment to education.
Source: 2018 Arizona Gubernatorial website dg4az.com
, Sep 1, 2017
Expert edu-scholar in education research and policy
David R. Garcia is a native Arizonan and a product of Arizona's public schools.
He has been recognized nationally for his expertise in education research and policy. In 2008, he was awarded the National Academy of Education/Spencer Postdoctoral
Fellowship, one of the most prestigious academic awards in the country. In 2015 and 2016, he was named a RHSU Edu-Scholar, as one of the most influential public scholars in the country.
He is an author with several research articles, book chapters,
national academic presentations and policy reports to his credit. He is a member of the editorial team for two of the highest ranked academic journals in education. He has also studied international academic standards, including a presentation at the
University of Helsinki, Finland.
David teaches courses in research methods, data analysis and statistics.
He has been recognized by Phoenix magazine and the Arizona Hispanic Chamber of Commerce for his contributions to public education.
Source: 2018 Arizona gubernatorial campaign website dg4az.com
, May 2, 2017
Vouchers hurt public schools
The new law allows up to 30,000 Arizona students to use state money for private schools instead of public schools, expanding the system that previously gave vouchers to kids who were disabled or lived in low-income districts. "Governor
Ducey landed the most devastating blow to public education in state history," Garcia said. "Make no mistake, [it] will drain hundreds of millions of dollars away from our public-school system."
Source: Phoenix New Times on 2018 Arizona gubernatorial race
, Apr 13, 2017
Page last updated: Jun 15, 2018