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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).

Washington’s DREAMers face fast deadline for renewals; new initiative will help pay application fees

Inslee signs historic budget that fully funds education

Gov. Jay Inslee signed the two year operating budget Friday night as the fiscal year came to a close.

Inslee says 'historic budget' will fully fund schools for first time in decades

Statement from Gov. Jay Inslee on budget to be voted on today:

New teacher says state's BEST mentorship program helped keep her in the profession

Inslee aims to connect kids directly to careers with new apprenticeship and education initiative

Inslee aims to connect kids directly to careers with new apprenticeship and education initiative

Governor’s office launches fellowship to honor Ruth Woo

The office of Gov.

Statement from Inslee regarding House passage of education funding bill

“I appreciate the House passing their bill today and providing a thoughtful proposal for discussion as budget negotiations begin.

"Their approach will help us recruit and retain great teachers and close the opportunity gap.

Gov. Jay Inslee today delivered his inaugural address with an impassioned call for legislators to finish the job of fully funding education this year

Governor releases plan to fully fund basic education, promote strategies to recruit great teachers and support struggling students

Washington leaders announce $2.7 million federal grant to increase apprenticeship opportunities

OLYMPIA – Hundreds of Washington workers will have opportunities for job-based apprenticeships, thanks to a new $2.7 million federal grant the state will receive over the next 18 months. Washington state and federal leaders announced today that the U.S.

Inslee selected to lead governors’ education committee for second time

Inslee announces $16.3 million in AmeriCorps funding

Gov. Jay Inslee today announced that Washington has been awarded $16.3 million in AmeriCorps funding from the Corporation for National and Community Service.

Inslee statement on guidance from the Obama administration to ensure the civil rights of transgender students

OLYMPIA — Gov. Jay Inslee today released a statement on guidance from the Obama administration to ensure the civil rights of transgender students.

Inslee signs updated bipartisan budget with wildfire and mental health funding, says next big lift on education remains

OLYMPIA — Gov. Jay Inslee today signed the 2016 supplemental budget, which makes modest adjustments to the state’s current two-year budget.

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