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Washington RoundtableWashington RoundtableWith > 740K job openings coming to WA in the next 5 yrs, HS students will graduate into an economy full of opportunity. HS credit requirements are a key component of ensuring students are ready. Learn more in @Part4Learning’s new fact sheet: #Pathto705 hours ago
Washington RoundtableWashington RoundtableAnother positive state economic and revenue report: Cumulative collections now 3.7% above November forecast @OpportunityWA #waleg day ago
Washington RoundtableWashington Roundtable.@Microsoft is committing $500 million to advance affordable housing solutions across the region. @BradSmi1 day ago
Washington RoundtableWashington RoundtableWhether you’re a WA student, parent, educator, or administrator, this @ReadyWA blog post about the High School and Beyond Plan is a worthwhile read: #PlanYourPathWA1 day ago
Washington RoundtableWashington RoundtableRT @BradSmi: An important step for Microsoft that we hope will help the entire region. day ago
Washington RoundtableWashington RoundtableIn our latest "Around the Table," @AlaskaAir announces the 10,000th hire in WA. Plus stories from @PNNLab and @WAFDbank. days ago
Washington RoundtableWashington Roundtable“I don’t ever want a kid to leave high school thinking anything after HS is not for them" —@_MrHand, the 2019 WA Teacher of the Year. #WAedu #PlanYourPathWA @ReadyWA days ago
Washington RoundtableWashington RoundtableThis week, @AlaskaAir released the results of a new study finding the airline contributed $7 billion to the state economy, with plans to add more than 3,000 frontline positions here in 2019. Way to go, Alaska! 👏 #iFlyAlaska ✈️3 days ago
Washington RoundtableWashington RoundtableMost of the 740K jobs coming to WA over the next 5 years will require a post-high school credential. We urge #WALeg to focus on policies that reduce barriers to education and training programs after high school. #WAKids4WAJobs #CredentialEssential days ago
Washington RoundtableWashington RoundtableRT @ReadyWA: The Family and Consumer Sciences classes that @_MrHand teaches offer students real-world skills and possible career pathways.…3 days ago

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