Marlon Harris visits the iGrad classroom in Kent on Jan, 23. 2014, where he earned his GED. He worked closely with tutor Connie Moriarty, left, and teacher Karna Cristina. “I actually felt kind of loved in that place,” Harris said.
Marlon Harris visits the iGrad classroom in Kent on Jan, 23. 2014, where he earned his GED. He worked closely with tutor Connie Moriarty, left, and teacher Karna Cristina. “I actually felt kind of loved in that place,” Harris said. Mike Siegel The Seattle Times
Marlon Harris visits the iGrad classroom in Kent on Jan, 23. 2014, where he earned his GED. He worked closely with tutor Connie Moriarty, left, and teacher Karna Cristina. “I actually felt kind of loved in that place,” Harris said. Mike Siegel The Seattle Times

Thousands of Washington students get an alternative education. Is that a good thing?

May 25, 2017 12:07 PM