Washington’s K-12 chief pitches vision of ‘very different’ school system

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The Seattle Times

May 25, 12:00 AM

Washington’s K-12 chief pitches vision of ‘very different’ school system

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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