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WA RoundtableWA RoundtableYesterday we kicked off the "Chief Education Officer Network," a 2-yr program that connects senior business leaders with public school principals in WA. Thank you Governor Gregoire, @AWSP_Principals, and Challenge Seattle for partnering with us to help improve student outcomes. hours ago
WA RoundtableWA RoundtableRT @coreplusaero: Study: US manufacturers face shortfall of 2.4 million workers; Washington's Core Plus program addresses challenge here: h…2 hours ago
WA RoundtableWA RoundtableRT @awbolympia: @waOSPI Chris Reykdal & Ray Conner, retired chairman and president and CEo of Boeing Commercial Airplanes: Career and techn…4 days ago
WA RoundtableWA RoundtableRT @OpportunityWA: Despite some headwinds (tariffs and trade) #waleg tax revenues continue to come in above forecast, according to new repo…4 days ago
WA RoundtableWA RoundtableRT @coreplusaero: "CTE programs provide pathways for students who learn by doing and who want to apply hands-on skills to a job, apprentice…4 days ago
WA RoundtableWA Roundtable.@washingtonstem’s STEM by the Numbers offers a regional analysis of the work we need to do to get students the credentials that prepare them for great careers. #WAKids4WAJobs #CredentialEssential5 days ago
WA RoundtableWA RoundtableRT @washingtonstem: Presenting during Legislative Committee Days with @wastateCPC, @waroundtable, @Part4Learning on how we can work to incr…5 days ago
WA RoundtableWA RoundtableInspiring words this morning from Ashley Clark, senior at Summit Sierra charter public school in Seattle. For Ashley, and thousands of other WA students, charter public schools have meant an opportunity for a brighter future. @summitwa @WA_Charters #WAGameChangers #WAedu week ago
WA RoundtableWA RoundtableRT @W_CAN: Getting a credential after high school – a degree, apprenticeship, or certificate – is critical to succeed in WA’s economy. But…3 weeks ago

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