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Election Day is in our rear-view mirror, and this week our kids are honoring those of you who have served our country. My son can’t wait to interview a veteran and tell their story to his class.

Arik Korman

Here at League of Education Voters, we’re analyzing the full impact of this year’s education funding deal on local school districts, and we are in the process of gathering feedback from parents, educators, and district leaders around Washington state.

We are also are sharing the state’s new proposed student discipline rules, and how you can provide feedback. You can support our ability to keep you informed with a gift today. Your generosity enables us to fight for every child in Washington to be college and career ready.

Read below for more about our work.

Thanks again for all you do for Washington’s kids. We’re all in this together.

Arik Korman Signature

Arik Korman

Communications Director, League of Education Voters

The Supreme Court’s McCleary Check In

Daniel Zavala

96 days. That is how many days have passed since sine die (the official term for when the legislative session ends) back on July 20. Since that time, here at League of Education Voters, we’ve been sifting through the language of HB 2242 (the major education bill this past session) and the state budget (SB 5883) to determine the impact of new state money in K-12. All of this revolves around the context of the McCleary court order.

Podcast Interview with Summit Atlas Executive Director Katie Bubalo

Katie Bubalo Summit Atlas

League of Education Voters Communications Director Arik Korman sat down with Summit Atlas Public School Executive Director Katie Bubalo to discuss her personal education journey, how students can learn to take responsibility for their education, and how Summit Atlas can impact education for every student in Washington state.

Giving Tuesday is Coming! Join us November 28

Giving Tuesday

#GivingTuesday is a global day of giving fueled by the power of social media and collaboration. Join us November 28 in the celebration by donating to League of Education Voters Foundation.

Comment on the Proposed Student Discipline Rules Before November 13

New Student Discipline Rules—Summary of Changes

Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) is proposing new student discipline rules. Read the proposed rules in our latest blog post, and find out how you can leave your comments.

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