Hurray, hurray, everyone's excited about WSU seeing the highest enrollment ever in fall 2015 with 30,000 students starting classes. It is boasting its largest class of incoming freshmen ever. Only one problem: investors are taught to run for the hills when college enrollment goes up.
The Washington State Supreme Court ruled that funding of charter schools is unconstitutional, despite voters approving the idea in 2012. Now Attorney General Bob Ferguson has asked the court to reconsider its ruling.
A historian announced Washington's education crisis and teacher strikes are déjà vu for him. Apparently the exact same thing happened in New Jersey in 1976. Here's how they solved the problem, but you're not going to like it.
On Sept. 4 the Washington Supreme Court threw out a 2012 voter initiative to allow charter schools. The lawsuit was brought by the state teachers union and argued charter schools violated the state's constitution. Justices agreed and now no new ones will be built and existing ones may get shut down. Are you OK with that? Did you vote for the initiative? Why?
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