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Statement from Governor Jay Inslee regarding today's Supreme Court order on the McCleary education funding case

“I agree with the court’s view that we made progress in the current budget toward meeting our basic education obligations. I also share the court’s concern about the pace we are moving and about all of the work that remains undone.

State of the State 2014: Governor Inslee calls on legislators to invest in education, finish work on transportation, and boost minimum wage

Gov. Jay Inslee proposes plan to speed up K-12 funding

Gov. Jay Inslee today announced a proposal to boost school spending by $200 million to keep the state on track for meeting its court-mandated basic education obligations.

Gov. Jay Inslee's statement on new prospects for passing DREAM Act

“It is heartening that we now have a clear path to help more Washington students pursue their college dreams.

Gov. Inslee priorities advance at session half-time

As the 2014 legislative session reaches the half-way point, key priorities of Gov. Jay Inslee’s have passed through the House or Senate.

Statement from Gov. Jay Inslee regarding today's meeting with US Department of Education Secretary Arne Duncan

Statement from Governor Jay Inslee who met today with US Department of Education Secretary Arne Duncan to discuss options for preserving Washington's No Child Left Behind waiver.

Gov. Jay Inslee's statement on Senate Democratic education funding proposal

“The Senate Democrats today presented a sound plan that puts our children ahead of tax breaks and moves us forward on funding education. This is a proposal that acknowledges we have significant work remaining to meet our McCleary obligation.

Gov. Jay Inslee proposes compromise legislation to protect millions in federal education funding

Gov. Jay Inslee and state Superintendent of Public Instruction Randy Dorn today met with legislators about proposed legislation that would put Washington in a strong position to protect nearly $40 million in federal funds for struggling students.

Short session yields some big wins but leaves much undone

The 2014 Legislature adjourned late Thursday night, finishing its 60-day session on time and delivering important pieces of Gov. Jay Inslee’s health care and education agendas to his desk.

Gov. Jay Inslee's statement regarding NCLB waiver notification from US Department of Education

Gov. Inslee’s response to letter from the U.S. Department of Education today informing state that Washington’s request for continuation of its ESEA waiver has been denied.

Statement from Governor Jay Inslee on today's Supreme Court ruling on League of Education Voters v. State of Washington

“The state Supreme Court did the right thing today in ruling that a supermajority requirement for ordinary legislation would alter our system of government. The supermajority requirement gave a legislative minority the power to squelch ideas even when those ideas had majority support.

State Leaders Announce Appointments for Charter School Commission

Governor Jay Inslee, Lieutenant Governor Brad Owen and House Speaker Frank Chopp announced their appointments today to the state’s new Charter School Commission.

Governor Inslee announces new director for Student Achievement Council

Beginning June 1, Dr. Gene Sharratt will lead Washington's Student Achievement Council, announced Governor Jay Inslee.

Governor Inslee announces new appointments for Student Achievement Council

Governor Jay Inslee today announced four new appointments to the Washington Student Achievement Council.

Policy Brief: Educating a 21st Century Workforce

Governor Inslee's 2014 State of the State Address

Inaugural address

Budget priorities press conference remarks

Education

Education

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