Most Wash. Education Advocates Worry About Budget
Unlike most education advocates, Washington schools chief Randy Dorn doesn't get depressed thinking about the 2010 legislative session.
The state superintendent of public instruction said lawmakers know they have very little choice; they have to find new money to pay for essential programs like K-12 education. But he sees a partial silver lining in the state's economic crisis: Dorn thinks 2010 will be an excellent time to lay the groundwork for the future of education spending in the state.
"The economy is going to turn around. We're going to have...
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