Washington's first charter school falls deeper into trouble

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

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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?

https://seattleducation2010.wordpress.com/2014/12/21/will-the-seattle-office-for-education-give-first-place-charter-levy-money-now-that-theyre-on-probation/
Anonymous said…
Heard tonight that Holly Miller is leaving her post. ETA, successor?

Leslie
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.

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