The state’s prepaid Guaranteed Education Tuition program, which is being audited, reopened to new investors this month. It allows parents to buy tuition credits at state schools, including the University of Washington Tacoma, which is seen here in December 2016.
The state’s prepaid Guaranteed Education Tuition program, which is being audited, reopened to new investors this month. It allows parents to buy tuition credits at state schools, including the University of Washington Tacoma, which is seen here in December 2016. Drew Perine News Tribune file photo
The state’s prepaid Guaranteed Education Tuition program, which is being audited, reopened to new investors this month. It allows parents to buy tuition credits at state schools, including the University of Washington Tacoma, which is seen here in December 2016. Drew Perine News Tribune file photo

Despite audit, prepaid tuition program once again available to state’s parents

November 05, 2017 08:00 AM

UPDATED November 04, 2017 10:37 PM

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