Thursday, February 12, 2015

Washington's first charter school falls deeper into trouble

The Seattle Times reports more trouble for First Place, Washington State's first charter school.


Watching said...

Interesting to note that First Place might need to pay the state $988,000 and struggles to finds funds for day to day operations.

Dora said...

I wonder if Holly Miller is still considering giving First Place levy money.

See: Will the Seattle Office for Education give First Place charter levy money now that they’re on probation?

Anonymous said...

Heard tonight that Holly Miller is leaving her post. ETA, successor?


mirmac1 said...

That's not a surprise. She just wasn't up to Murray's particular standards as aFuture SPS Superintendent under his expanded regime.