Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Another Ill-Informed Times Editorial

I have pretty much given up on the idea that the Seattle Times will ever write a well-informed, well-reasoned or well-written opinion piece on public education. Their latest offering, Define state's education priorities before boosting funding, is just as insipid and weak as any of those that came before.

Believe it not, they want the state to decide, in advance of any additional funding as required by the McCleary decision or as promised by both gubernatorial candidates, how they would spend it. I guess they don't remember the state legislature's recent definition of Basic Education.

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