Because they don’t pay childcare workers and teachers enough to guarantee good care and education for their kids.
Given the decision of the Washington State Supreme Court in the McCleary case, which highlighted Washington’s failure to adequately fund education, the new legislature and Governor will soon be looking for new revenue to meet the state’s financial obligation to basic education. Educational reforms alone will require at least $1 billion in new public revenue in the 2013-15 […]
The brightest moment in the Jan 3rd meeting with Senator Fraser, Representative Hunt and Representative Reykdal came when Chris Reykdal took the opportunity to talk about the impasse that exists with generating revenue for the State. Reykdal had campaigned for election to the legislature on tax fairness and he appears to be willing to make […]
Ga. Supreme Court Rules State Commission Charter Schools Unconstitutional Washington should be next. See The State Constitution and other reasons to oppose charter schools. In short, according to the Washington State Constitution, ” The legislature shall provide for a general and uniform system of public schools. …the entire revenue derived from the common school fund […]