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Public schools are not just underfunded by the state as Washington’s Supreme Court has made abundantly clear. Most of them also are failing, according to the federal government.
Community Events, August 2015
When she first opened the Sequim Licensing Depot, Suzan Mansfield had three license plates, including her own, hanging on the wall. Two and a half years later, nearly all available wall space is splashed with color, random letters and numbers from the ever-growing collection of license plates.
It didn’t take long before the Legislature stopped its crowing about how it funded K-12 education and admitted that it was far from the mandates of the State Supreme Court for basic education.
“During summer’s Dog Days, flies increase in numbers and snakes go blind” … so says an old Farmers’ Almanac calendar to describe the period between July 3 and Aug. 11, known as the “Dog Days.”
Ryle Lindbergh was the only Washington resident accepted into the Purdue University STEP Program. The one-week camp, hosted at Purdue University facilities in West Lafayette, Ind., focused on engineering.