Inslee announces appointment to University of Washington Board of Regents

Gov. Jay Inslee announced the appointment of Libby Gates MacPhee today to the University of Washington Board of Regents. MacPhee will replace Kristianne Blake, who is stepping down after 12 years of service as a UW Regent. 

Inslee's State of the State: Washington's Unwritten Chapter

Inslee budget would link 100,000 students with career-connected learning opportunities by 2027

Investing in Washington’s continuing success

Bilingual paraeducators bridge gap between student, teacher

Report: Mentoring teachers helps retain them

Housing program for young adults faces elimination under state Senate budget

Washington prepares for workforce changes caused by automation, AI

Inslee selected to lead governors’ education and workforce committee for 4th consecutive term

The National Governors Association today announced that Gov.

Inslee statement on the Washington Supreme Court's McCleary ruling

Productive 2018 Legislature passes big wins for Washington

New law offers Breakfast After the Bell program for hungry students

Task force outlines next steps for bolstering apprenticeships, career-connected learning in Washington

Inslee selects Maud Daudon to launch planning effort for career-connected learning and apprenticeship system

Gov. Jay Inslee announced today that Maud Daudon will lead the creation of a 10-year vision and strategic plan for building a statewide career-connected learning and apprenticeship system in Washington.

Inslee releases supplemental budget proposal including full funding of basic education by 2018 school year

Inslee awards $6.4 million to create apprenticeship, career connections

How can Washington offer more career options to students? Part of the answer can be found in Switzerland

“We have to stop telling our kids that a four-year degree is the only way to start their paths to success. Most of them will require education and training after high school, but that doesn’t necessarily mean they have to start with a four-year college degree.”

Inslee statement on Washington Supreme Court McCleary order

"I’m encouraged the court recognized the incredible progress we’ve made toward fully funding basic education. As the court noted, the plan the Legislature adopted, but for the timing, will meet constitutional requirements.

Inslee to travel overseas for trip focusing on apprenticeships, aerospace and climate

Inslee will depart Nov. 6 for the first leg of his trip – a four-day study mission to Switzerland to learn more about the country’s highly-successful apprenticeship system.

Inslee announces members of School Employees Benefits Board

Gov. Jay Inslee announced today members of the new School Employees Benefits Board (SEBB).

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