The Washington Supreme Court has given another win to the coalition that sued the state over the way it pays for basic education. In a ruling issued Wednesday, the court said the coalition of school districts, parents and community groups will get a chance to critique the Legislature's reports on its progress toward meeting the goal of fully paying for basic education. The court also set specific deadlines for filing those reports and left often the possibility of further action. The court says annual progress reports must show "real and measurable" progress toward achieving full compliance with the Constitution. And the order sets a firm deadline of 2018 to fix the way the state pays for education in Washington. The lawyer representing the coalition called the decision fantastic.