Related Program: Morning Edition I-1351: Should Washington State Spend To Lower Class Sizes? By Bill Radke • Oct 16, 2014 Related Program: Morning Edition TweetShareGoogle+Email Listen Listening... / 4:01 Credit Flickr Photo/ccarlstead (CC BY-NC-ND) Bill Radke talks with KUOW Olympia correspondent Austin Jenkins about state Initiative 1351 to reduce class sizes. For more KUOW elections coverage, visit the Election Connection page. Tags: schools and educationelectionsgovernmentTweetShareGoogle+Email Related Content Rural Washington Farmers On I-594: Make Your Gun Laws, But We Won't Abide By Anna King • Oct 15, 2014 Listen Listening... / In rural parts of the Northwest, many believe owning a gun is sort of like owning a garden trowel. You just have one or two around. Stressed Kids: The 3-Year-Old Who 'Grunted And Pointed' By Ann Dornfeld • Oct 12, 2014 KUOW Photo/Nick Danielson Listen Listening... / 7:48 Last year, Velma Chaney and her fiancé moved to Seattle from Mississippi with their three young children in search of a stronger job market. Her sister and nephew came too. Seattle Schools With Most Unvaccinated Students Are In Wealthier Neighborhoods By Isolde Raftery • Oct 13, 2014 Flickr Photo/Dan Hatton (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0) Listen Listening... / 4:52 Ross Reynolds speaks with KUOW online editor Isolde Raftery about the findings from Seattle school vaccination records. Instead of vaccinating her children for chickenpox, Kimberly Christensen chose the old fashioned way to immunize them – sending her kids to hang out with infected children. Talk To Your Baby: Her Brain Depends On It By Ann Dornfeld • Oct 12, 2014 KUOW Photo/Ann Dornfeld Listen Listening... / 6:05 On a sunny afternoon, 18-year-old Margaret Rim bounces her infant son on her knee in an empty classroom at South Lake High School. A public health nurse, Emma Spohn, sits down next to her. Tampering Revealed, State Throws Out Seattle School’s Test Scores By Ann Dornfeld & Ross Reynolds • Oct 15, 2014 Flickr Photo/Benjamin Chun Listen Listening... / 4:08 When Beacon Hill International School in Seattle submitted its tests last spring, district officials spotted improbably high scores schoolwide. Now, the state schools office has invalidated test results for the elementary school. This is the first time an entire school’s state test scores have been thrown out due to tampering.