The Washington Legislature went into overtime sessions this year to approve a plan to increase spending on K-12 public schools that allocates billions in new spending over the next four years. The state Supreme Court ruled it’s not enough yet. Pictured are fifth graders at Sage Crest Elementary School in Kennewick.
The Washington Legislature went into overtime sessions this year to approve a plan to increase spending on K-12 public schools that allocates billions in new spending over the next four years. The state Supreme Court ruled it’s not enough yet. Pictured are fifth graders at Sage Crest Elementary School in Kennewick. File Tri-City Herald
The Washington Legislature went into overtime sessions this year to approve a plan to increase spending on K-12 public schools that allocates billions in new spending over the next four years. The state Supreme Court ruled it’s not enough yet. Pictured are fifth graders at Sage Crest Elementary School in Kennewick. File Tri-City Herald

See why the WA Supreme Court says school funding is still ‘not on track’

November 15, 2017 12:46 PM

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