Long time readers of this blog will be familiar with two recurring rants of mine.
One is all about the need for an extended, intensive, and enriched program designed to accelerate the education of students working below grade level, quickly bring them up to grade level, and then return them to their general education classroom.
The other is about a scheme by which the City of Seattle takes over the property management duties and expenses for the District.
An article in today's Seattle Times reminds me of the latter. It also raises the possibility of a private interest doing the same job. I'm not as interested in the private option as the public one, but it does demonstrate a new potential benefit - a cash infusion.