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Notice of OSPI’s intent to amend WAC 392-121-182 for Alternative Learning Experiences (Word)

Letter to Residency Certificate Holders (Word); Second Residency Letter: Clarification for First Residency Letter (Word)

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Early Learning and Development
 (Review Draft)
    Complete report (pdf) 1.8mb
    Cover Page (pdf);  Report (pdf) 533kb


K-20 Image K-20 videoconference
May 4th - 10:00-1:00

School Threat Management Symposium II
May 9 & 10, 2005
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Title I Schoolwide Conference
May 17, 2005

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2005 Summer Institutes 2005 Summer Institutes
Wenatchee - June 22-24 (*June 21)
Tacoma - August 2-4 (*August 1)
Vancouver - August 9-11 (*August 8)
Spokane - August 16-18 (*August 15)
(For Information)

Reading First Institutes
Tacoma - August 2-4 Registration

Spokane - August 16-18 Registration
Reading First

Recent News

Awards announced for across-the-board gains in learning
OLYMPIA – April 19, 2005 – "Congratulations are in order today for students and educators in southwest Washington," said Terry Bergeson, superintendent of public instruction, as she announced the names of schools and districts in Educational Service District (ESD) 101 (Spokane) receiving the first annual Academic Improvement Award.

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Student 2 Student project helps freshmen plan for graduation, future
OLYMPIA – April 8, 2005 – High school juniors and seniors are taking on teaching roles in hundreds of Washington classrooms this spring. It’s all part of a coordinated effort to help freshmen learn some important high school survival lessons, and to make high school more meaningful and useful in preparing for their adult lives.

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New survey shows smoking and marijuana use down among state’s youth
OLYMPIA – March 30, 2005 – State Superintendent of Public Instruction Terry Bergeson, Secretary of the Department of Health Mary Selecky and new Secretary of Social and Health Services Robin Arnold-Williams joined Gregoire in making the announcement.

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Education systems across the world attract focus of state educator
OLYMPIA – March 23, 2005 – One of Washington’s top education leaders is just back from an international tour designed to strengthen relations and create better understanding of education in other parts of the world.

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Bergeson: Gregoire budget a step in the right direction for K-12
OLYMPIA – March 21, 2005 – State Superintendent of Public Instruction Terry Bergeson expressed her thoughts on the K-12 budget proposal announced by Gov. Christine Gregoire this morning:

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Student scholarship opportunity for Washington juniors, seniors
OLYMPIA – March 4, 2005 – State Superintendent of Public Instruction Terry Bergeson and the State Board of Education, in conjunction with the State Farm Companies Foundation for Washington, are pleased to announce a new scholarship program for high school students working on a culminating project.

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Washington students can earn scholarships with WASL performance
OLYMPIA – Feb. 17, 2005 – Students who perform at the highest levels on the Washington Assessment of Student Learning may become eligible for scholarships to a Seattle-area private university.

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