Learning By Choice
In March 1990 the Washington State Legislature adopted the Learning by Choice Law, a law relating to student enrollment options.
Learning by Choice consists of three major components:
- Family Choice
- Running Start
- Seventh and Eighth Grade Choice
A link to a booklet from OSPI is provided below to answer the most commonly asked questions about the law, as well as about options created by the No Child Left Behind Act (see "Other Enrollment Options and Programs.") In addition, related chapters of the law are included in the back section of this booklet.