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October 29, 2014 at 12:40 PM

Round-up: Reclaiming school space part of healing, Truth Needle takes on pre-K mailers

Reclaiming school space part of healing process: After the shooting last spring at Seattle Pacific University, the school remodeled Otto Miller Hall, installing new carpet and furniture. Discussions about what to do with the cafeteria at Marysville-Pilchuck High School are just beginning.

State Supreme Court will determine future of charter schools (AP): Justices heard arguments Tuesday on the state’s charter-schools law, prompted by a lawsuit from a coalition of teachers, parents and community groups. The case centers around the question of whether charter schools meet the constitutional definition of “common schools.”

Truth Needle takes on pre-K mailers: Mailers for both Prop. 1A and 1B contain some misinformation.

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