Chris Reykdal, from left, and Randy Dorn sit with Gov. Jay Inslee in December at Tumwater High School. Reykdal, the state’s new schools superintendent, plans to remove his office as plaintiff in a lawsuit challenging local school districts over the use of local levy dollars to pay teachers. But Dorn – Reykdal’s predecessor who filed the suit – says he hopes to carry on the legal battle as a private citizen.
Chris Reykdal, from left, and Randy Dorn sit with Gov. Jay Inslee in December at Tumwater High School. Reykdal, the state’s new schools superintendent, plans to remove his office as plaintiff in a lawsuit challenging local school districts over the use of local levy dollars to pay teachers. But Dorn – Reykdal’s predecessor who filed the suit – says he hopes to carry on the legal battle as a private citizen. Tony Overman toverman@theolympian.com
Chris Reykdal, from left, and Randy Dorn sit with Gov. Jay Inslee in December at Tumwater High School. Reykdal, the state’s new schools superintendent, plans to remove his office as plaintiff in a lawsuit challenging local school districts over the use of local levy dollars to pay teachers. But Dorn – Reykdal’s predecessor who filed the suit – says he hopes to carry on the legal battle as a private citizen. Tony Overman toverman@theolympian.com

New state superintendent wants out of school levy lawsuit. His predecessor hopes to stay in the game

January 12, 2017 08:30 AM

UPDATED January 13, 2017 02:15 PM

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