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Inslee issues two public education-related proclamations

Gov. Jay Inslee today issued two proclamations related to public education in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

COVID-19: Residency for Tuition Waivers

Inslee announces education recommendations for 2020–2021 school year

Phased Reopening of K-12 Schools

Inslee issues proclamation on K-12 reopening

Inslee and Reykdal announce CareerConnect@Home to provide students with Career Connected Learning opportunities

This week, Gov. Jay Inslee and Superintendent of Public Instruction Chris Reykdal kicked off Career Connected Learning Month in Washington and as part of that effort, CareerConnect@Home will bring daily learning opportunities to students across the state.

Inslee provides additional guidance on school closures and impact on available services

Inslee’s State of the State: “The best of who we are”

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Statewide campaign serves students with most to gain, but least likely to apply for financial aid

Inslee’s education initiative progresses with added programs, expanded local networks across state

Fife High School receives national award for fostering inclusion to support students with disabilities

Op-Ed: The United States needs career-connected learning to help high school graduates get jobs

A student story of pursuing education in Washington as an immigrant

Inslee announces that Serve Washington received $17.8 million in AmeriCorps funding

Inslee discusses how to help more students find a pathway to well-paying, high-demand careers

Turning education into jobs for formerly incarcerated people

Inslee signs package of education bills, ushers in one of the most progressive education investments nationwide

Inslee signs budgets that give big boosts to behavioral health, education, orcas, homelessness and clean energy

First lady cheers on student athletes who are blind and visually impaired


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