Seattle: 'Untenable' gap in SPED cost

June 30, 2017, Seattle Times: Some winners, losers and many unknowns in state’s new $7.3B public-school spending plan “The proposed budget provides the district $16 million in new special-education money but takes away the ability to use local levy dollars to fill the remaining $44 million gap,” the statement said. “This is untenable.”