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Seattle School Board Races Hinge on Whether District Needs Change



In all four Seattle School Board races, the incumbents and challengers agree that next month's election is all about change — but they strongly disagree on whether that change would be good or bad.

While the activist-minded challengers argue that fresh faces would lead to greater school-district accountability and more community input, the business-backed incumbents maintain the newcomers would only derail the board from its successful direction.

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