The Times (finally) had an op-ed that wasn't for mayoral takeover or promoting 1B. That was written by Seattle Schools parent, Rita Green, is even better. Rita is a savvy, smart, dedicated parent and advocate for Rainier Beach High School. My hope is that she may run for the School Board soon (before it becomes an appointed job).
Her POV is that 1B likely won't help low-income students and may even hurt the situation. She supports 1A.
Now I believe voters should reject both but, since you can name a favorite (or the lesser of two evils), you probably should vote. My vote, like Rita's, would be for 1A. I'll highlight her thoughts but my basic one is that, after consideration, I think more low-income children would receive the benefit of 1A and that's where I want my tax dollars going.
Her starting point: