Twenty-four hours ago, Jessica Garcia’s son and daughter began to cry. She had just hung up the phone with her friend, Danielle, who had delivered the bad news. She was speechless, betrayed, lost.
Hours earlier, the Washington State Supreme Court had ruled that her child’s school—Destiny Charter Middle School in Tacoma—was unconstitutional.
School had been in session for three weeks.
“I felt stabbed. I felt let down,” Jessica said. “It just felt like the bottom dropped out from underneath me.”