I also learned from the article that states that have not yet applied or that do not receive an answer by the start of the school year can request a one-year freeze on their AMO requirements. So far only one state's application, Iowa, has been refused. I'm still not sure that we meet the department's standard in the teacher evaluation category or in the interventions for schools that don't make adequate yearly progress over time. My sense is that negotiations are taking place between OSPI and the federal education department over these two components of the waiver process and these negotiations are not easy. Will it be yes, no, or back to the bargaining table?