King County Council Approves PSTAA Implementation Plan
After several years of advocacy from community partners and groups across the education spectrum including early learning, K-12, and college and career, the King County Council approved the implementation plan for the Puget Sound Taxpayer Accountability Account (PSTAA). The plan outlines how the County will spend approximately $318 million over the next 15 years, which includes funding for:
- Early learning facilities
- Community-based organizations working with children in K-12 schools
- A college Promise program that will launch students into post-secondary learning and careers.
Enterprise Community Partners worked alongside early learning advocates and organized affordable housing providers on the importance of early learning and affordable housing together over the course of advocacy for PSTAA. We are proud to celebrate alongside our partners on this incredible step forward in securing additional resources for King County children.