Washington’s K-12 chief pitches vision of ‘very different’ school system
May 25, 12:00 AM
After serving in the state House of Representatives for five years, Reykdal last month celebrated his first 100 days as Washington’s chief of K-12 schools. In that time, he’s come up with an ambitious plan that — if he can persuade the Legislature to adopt it — would reshape public education over the next six years to compete with school systems in countries like Germany, South Korea and Switzerland.
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