A few months ago, I got a call from a friend.
She was looking for a public school that was open in Tacoma, Washington.
It had a large school district with over 100 schools and a population of more than 3 million people.
The school district was located in a beautiful and well-regarded urban neighborhood called the Eastside, located about 40 miles (65 kilometers) west of Seattle.
The neighborhood is also home to some of the best business schools in the country, including the prestigious and renowned Washington State University.
This school district had been a popular choice for high-performing students for years.
And yet, despite the impressive list of outstanding schools, the EastSide was struggling financially.
That’s when I decided to visit the school district and find out what’s going on.
I knew from my research that there are no public school districts that have not been impacted by the economic downturn.
But I was still surprised to learn that the EastSiders schools were not only struggling financially, but that they were not even offering their students a decent education.
I found that the school districts in the East Side of Seattle were in desperate need of financial assistance.
In my search, I found some of these schools that were struggling to survive.
These schools were also not offering much help to students who were struggling financially in other schools.
The students were being dropped or kicked out of school.
The staff were being fired.
The cafeteria was often full and students were not allowed to sit together.
The facilities were often in deplorable condition and had no refrigerators or running water.
As a result, many students who had been in poor financial circumstances ended up dropping out of schools.
And in the midst of this financial hardship, the district was also struggling to hire additional teachers, counselors, and social workers to help students.
Many of these employees were also in desperate financial circumstances.
After interviewing students at the schools, I decided that the best way to help the students who need the most help is to support them financially and provide them with the resources they need to succeed.
This is the essence of the school choice program at Best Business Schools (BBS), a partnership of The Washington Post and The Chronicle of Higher Education.
BBS, founded in 2005, is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that provides a range of free educational services to high-need students across the country.
The BBS School Choice Program is the only program in the U.S. to provide free, pre-kindergarten and early childhood education to students with no other options.
BTS provides a free kindergarten program that is available to families with incomes up to and including $75,000.
BOTS also offers preschool, middle school, and high school.
These programs are designed to provide students with the basics needed to succeed, while giving them a path to higher education and the job market.
BATS students receive the following benefits: Free or low-cost child care for two weeks for two low-income families.
The programs provide a basic educational program and resources to students.
Bats offers a variety of programs to students including special education, prekindergartners, preschool, preterm and term, special education tutoring, and parent support.
BBS also offers a parent support program for parents of students with disabilities, as well as a program for families of students who are receiving assistance from the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), or Supplemental Security Income (SSI), and who are unable to work because of a disability.
These families are not eligible for the BBS Parent Support Program.
Bots also provides a comprehensive education and training program for all students, including special ed and pre-K.
This includes tutoring and a full-time career and technical program.
These programs provide students the opportunity to learn, work, and work toward a career.
Buses offer a variety-of-academic-options curriculum and programs for all of the students in BTS.
Students in the program can choose to take a full course load or a limited number of electives.
This allows the BTS program to help families achieve the goals of their students’ educational aspirations.
BLS also provides high school equivalency, or an education and career pathway, to students in the BOTS program.
Students who complete a full high school education can transfer into a BBS program and continue their education at another public or private high school without transferring to BTS or a private school.
When I first started looking into BBS schools, my first reaction was disbelief.
But over the years, I have learned that BBS is a great option for low- and moderate-income students in Washington state.
Bisons high school graduation rates are better than any of the other schools on the list.
Students are more likely to graduate from high school with a college degree.
BBS schools are more successful than their peers in other