Spokesman Review | April 4, 2014
Spokane Public Schools working on education alternatives
Families unsatisfied or uninterested in traditional education will soon have more choices as Spokane Public Schools adds to its educational portfolio.
The state’s second-largest district plans to roll out multiple learning alternatives for students over the next two years, on top of the addition of charter schools.
“For several years now the board has wanted to create options for our families,” said Jeff Bierman, Spokane Public Schools board president. “Now it’s happening.”