Youth and Education Office

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The Mission

Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton visits teachers and students 

The city of Phoenix goal is to build connections between city services, community resources, and public schools to ensure Phoenix students succeed in school, life and career. ​​ While the city of Phoenix does not deliver K-12 education services, the support it provides to students and families can make the difference between academic failure and success.



What's Going On

 

 

Business and Community Leaders Go Back to School for a Day https://www.phoenix.gov/news/education/1792Business and Community Leaders Go Back to School for a Day 8/14/2017 5:00:00 PM
City of Phoenix and Residents Work Together to Improve Literacyhttps://www.phoenix.gov/news/education/1701City of Phoenix and Residents Work Together to Improve Literacy4/25/2017 5:00:00 PM
City of Phoenix Honored as a Pacesetter for Early Literacy Workhttps://www.phoenix.gov/news/education/1684City of Phoenix Honored as a Pacesetter for Early Literacy Work3/29/2017 9:00:00 PM


Youth and Education Commission

A primary duty of the Youth and Education Office is to staff the Youth and Education Commission which consists of community members dedicated to improving education in the Phoenix community. The commission provides policy guidance, develops educational initiatives, and identifies resources for school readiness, high school transition to post-secondary education, career readiness, and governs the education access channel.​

Find out more or apply to the Youth and Education Commission.

Contact the Youth and Education Office

Phone: 602-262-7916
Email: mailbox.youth@phoenix.gov

Phoenix City Hall
200 W. Washington St., 12 floor
Phoenix, AZ  85003


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