Speaking on behalf of Washington State PTA, parent advocate Natalya Yudkovsky asked the Senate education committee to pass SHB 1302 from committee. The bill would extend the opportunity for 9th graders to earn college credit when taking College in the High School courses. Also, at the request of WSPTA, bill sponsor Rep. April Berg, D-Everett, added stronger provisions to clarify the cost of courses, the option to take the course but not for college credit, and course expectations. Hear Natalya’s testimony here.
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