Stephanie McCleary, right, and her son Carter McCleary, 17, left, talk to reporters Wednesday, Sept. 7, 2016, in Olympia, Wash., following a Washington State Supreme Court hearing on the ongoing battle surrounding the state's constitutional requirement to properly fund basic education. Stephanie McCleary is one of the plaintiffs in the case.
Stephanie McCleary, right, and her son Carter McCleary, 17, left, talk to reporters Wednesday, Sept. 7, 2016, in Olympia, Wash., following a Washington State Supreme Court hearing on the ongoing battle surrounding the state's constitutional requirement to properly fund basic education. Stephanie McCleary is one of the plaintiffs in the case. Ted S. Warren AP
Stephanie McCleary, right, and her son Carter McCleary, 17, left, talk to reporters Wednesday, Sept. 7, 2016, in Olympia, Wash., following a Washington State Supreme Court hearing on the ongoing battle surrounding the state's constitutional requirement to properly fund basic education. Stephanie McCleary is one of the plaintiffs in the case. Ted S. Warren AP

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