New Seattle School Board president known as outspoken dissenter

01/13/2004 | Seattle Times, The

Newly-elected Seattle School Board President Mary Bass says every board decision must be evaluated as to whether it is narrowing or widening the achievement gap between white and nonwhite students. The outspoken Bass made a name for herself by casting the lone vote against the superintendent's 2002-03 budget, which was later discovered to be $12 million out of balance.

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