Voters Guide: What to know about Seattle's largest-ever education levy

Preschoolers play at the Denise Louie Education Center in Seattle’s Beacon Hill neighborhood in 2014. The city’s education levy on the November ballot would for the first time include the city’s preschool program, which subsidizes tuition on a sliding scale. (Marcus Yam/ The Seattle Times, file)
Preschoolers play at the Denise Louie Education Center in Seattle's Beacon Hill neighborhood in 2014. The city’s education levy on the November ballot would for the first time include the city’s preschool program, which subsidizes tuition on a sliding scale. (Marcus Yam/ The Seattle Times, file)

Here’s what you need to know about the city’s largest-ever education levy, and whether the expiring tax has made a difference in schools, before you send in your ballot.

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