Seattle Times Editorial, March 12, 2017: Supercharged economy leaves too many students behind

In less than three years, 70 percent of the jobs in Washington State will require some postsecondary education; 33 percent will require a bachelor’s degree or more.  President Randhawa and President George Bridges of the Evergreen State College argue that state investment in a world-class K-16 education system will yield a robust return, not just for students, but for our communities, our state and our economy.

"Supercharged economy leaves too many students behind" Seattle Times Op-Ed, March 12, 2017