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Topic - Steve Sundquist
The chairman of the state's new Charter School Commission isn't entirely comfortable calling Thursday the Super Bowl of charter schools in Washington state, but he does agree it will be a very big day for proponents of the independent public schools.
"We've come to a good place and I'm frankly feeling pretty good," Sundquist said.
"We have a lot more teams than the Super Bowl, and the format's maybe a little different," said Steve Sundquist, a former Seattle school board president who was chosen to lead the statewide Charter School Commission last May.