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RCW 28A.150.200: Program of basic education.

Details: Basic education by necessity is an evolving program of instruction intended to reflect the changing educational opportunities that are needed to equip students for their role as productive citizens and includes the following: (a) The instructional program of basic education the minimum components of which are described in RCW 28A.150.220;

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RCW 28A.150.210: Basic education—Goals of school …

Details: A basic education is an evolving program of instruction that is intended to provide students with the opportunity to become responsible and respectful global citizens, to contribute to their economic well-being and that of their families and communities, to explore and understand different perspectives, and to enjoy productive and satisfying lives.

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Chapter 28A.190 RCW: RESIDENTIAL EDUCATION PROGRAMS

Details: Institutional education providers — Professional development. 28A.190.090: Students in institutional education facilities — Requirements for the department of children, youth, and families. 28A.190.100: Education of youth in institutional education facilities and postresident youth — Rules. 28A.190.110

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RCW 28A.194.030: Duties and authority of education provider.

Details: Duties and authority of education provider. (1) Except as otherwise provided for by contract under RCW 28A.194.060, the duties and authority of a school district, educational service district, institution of higher education, or private contractor to provide for education programs under this chapter include: (a) Employing, supervising, and

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Title 28B RCW: HIGHER EDUCATION

Details: Community and technical colleges. 28B.52. Collective bargaining — Academic personnel in community colleges. 28B.63. Commercial activities by institutions of higher education. 28B.67. Customized employment training. 28B.70. Western regional higher education compact.

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Chapter 28A.310 RCW: EDUCATIONAL SERVICE DISTRICTS

Details: Delegation to ESD of state board of education program, project or service — Contract. 28A.310.490: ESD employee attendance incentive program — Remuneration or benefit plan for unused sick leave. 28A.310.495: Condensed compliance reports — Second-class districts. 28A.310.500

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RCW 28A.150.250: Annual basic education allocation—Full

Details: (3)(a) If a school district's basic education program fails to meet the basic education requirements enumerated in RCW 28A.150.260 and 28A.150.220, the state board of education may recommend to the superintendent of public instruction that the superintendent withhold state funds in whole or in part for the basic education allocation until program compliance is assured.

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RCW 28A.300.130: Center for the improvement of student

Details: The legislature further finds that increased community involvement with, knowledge of, and input regarding the public education system is particularly needed in low-income and ethnic minority communities. The legislature finds that the center for the improvement of student learning, created by the legislature in 1993 under the auspices of the

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Chapter 28A.193 RCW: EDUCATION PROGRAMS FOR JUVENILE …

Details: Required support of education programs. 28A.193.060: Contract between education providers and department of corrections. 28A.193.070: Education site closures or reduction in services — Notice to the superintendent of public instruction and education providers — Liability for failure to provide notice — Alternative dispute resolution. 28A

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Chapter 28A.225 RCW: COMPULSORY SCHOOL ATTENDANCE …

Details: Education of pupils in another district — Limitation as to state apportionment — Exemption. 28A.225.210: Admission of district pupils tuition free. 28A.225.215: Enrollment of children without legal residences. 28A.225.216: Children of military families — Residency. 28A.225.217: Children of military families — Continued enrollment in

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Chapter 28B.10 RCW: COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES GENERALLY

Details: Regents, trustees, officers, employees, or agents of institutions of higher education or educational boards, insurance to protect and hold personally harmless. 28B.10.846: Report of child abuse or neglect — Reporting responsibilities. 28B.10.878: G. Robert Ross distinguished faculty award. 28B.10.890: Collegiate license plate fund

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Chapter 28A.700 RCW: SECONDARY CAREER AND TECHNICAL …

Details: Career and technical education is a proven strategy to engage and motivate students, including students at risk of dropping out of school entirely. (4) Finally, the legislature finds that state policies have been piecemeal in support of career and technical education. Laws exist to require state approval of career and technical programs, but

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RCW 28A.300.105: Office of Native education—Duties—Report.

Details: Office of Native education — Duties — Report. (1) To the extent funds are available, an Indian education division, to be known as the office of Native education, is created within the office of the superintendent of public instruction. The superintendent shall appoint an individual to be responsible for the office of Native education.

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Title 28A RCW: COMMON SCHOOL PROVISIONS

Details: 28A.150: General provisions. 28A.155: Special education. 28A.160: Student transportation. 28A.165: Learning assistance program. 28A.170: Substance abuse awareness

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RCW 28A.150.220: Basic education—Minimum instructional

Details: Basic education — Minimum instructional requirements — Program accessibility — Rules. (1) In order for students to have the opportunity to develop the basic education knowledge and skills under RCW 28A.150.210, school districts must provide instruction of sufficient quantity and quality and give students the opportunity to complete

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Chapter 28A.715 RCW: STATE-TRIBAL EDUCATION COMPACTS …

Details: Operation of schools. (1) A school that is the subject of a state-tribal education compact must operate according to the terms of its compact executed in accordance with RCW 28A.715.010. (2) Schools that are the subjects of state-tribal education compacts are exempt from all state statutes and rules applicable to school districts and school

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Chapter 28A.155 RCW: SPECIAL EDUCATION

Details: For the purposes of RCW 28A.155.010 through 28A.155.160, an appropriate education is defined as an education directed to the unique needs, abilities, and limitations of the children with disabilities who are enrolled either full time or part time in a school district. School districts are strongly encouraged to provide parental training in the

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Chapter 28A.305 RCW: STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION

Details: 28A.305.190. Eligibility to take test to earn a high school equivalency certificate. 28A.305.215. Essential academic learning requirements and grade level expectations — Revised standards and curricula for mathematics and science — Duties of the state board of education and the superintendent of public instruction — Revised graduation

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Chapter 28b.10 RCW: COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES GENERALLY

Details: Higher education and correctional industries shall report to the legislature regarding the plan and its implementation no later than January 30, 2005. (4)(a) Institutions of higher education shall set as a target to contract, beginning not later than June 30, 2006, to purchase one percent of the total goods and services required by the

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Chapter 28A.604 RCW: STUDENT USER PRIVACY IN EDUCATION …

Details: Allowable uses of student personal information — Adaptive learning and customized education. Notwithstanding RCW 28A.604.010 through 28A.604.060, nothing in this chapter is intended to prohibit the use of student personal information for purposes of: (1) Adaptive learning or personalized or customized education; (2) Maintaining, developing

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RCW 43.41.400: Education data center.

Details: Education data center. (1) An education data center shall be established in the office of financial management. The education data center shall jointly, with the legislative evaluation and accountability program committee, conduct collaborative analyses of early learning, K-12, and higher education programs and education issues across the P-20

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RCW 46.70.079: Education requirements.

Details: Education requirements. (1) Except as provided in subsection (2) of this section, the following education requirements apply to an applicant for a vehicle dealer license under RCW 46.70.021: (a) An applicant for a vehicle dealer license under RCW 46.70.021 must complete a minimum of eight hours of approved education programs described in

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RCW 28A.190.100: Education of youth in institutional

Details: (a) Adopt rules requiring institutional education providers at state long-term juvenile institutions and state-operated community facilities to conduct an individualized education program review for each newly admitted youth who either does not have an individualized education program or does not have an individualized education program that has been reviewed in a meeting with the youth

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RCW 28A.300.475: Comprehensive sexual health education.

Details: Comprehensive sexual health education. (1) (a) (i) In accordance with the requirements of this section, every public school shall provide comprehensive sexual health education to each student by the 2022-23 school year. The curriculum, instruction, and materials used to provide the comprehensive sexual health education must be medically and

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RCW 28A.230.070: AIDS education in public schools

Details: (2) Each district board of directors shall adopt an AIDS prevention education program which is developed in consultation with teachers, administrators, parents, and other community members including, but not limited to, persons from medical, public health, and mental health organizations and agencies so long as the curricula and materials developed for use in the AIDS education program …

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RCW 28A.230.094: High school civics course.

Details: The legislature recognizes that RCW 28A.150.210 identifies civics as one component of a basic education and that one-half credit in civics is required for high school graduation. The required civics content, however, may be embedded in another social studies course. Civics requirements are meant to ensure that every student receives a high

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RCW 28A.300.136: Educational opportunity gap oversight and

Details: (1) An educational opportunity gap oversight and accountability committee is created to synthesize the findings and recommendations from the 2008 achievement gap studies into an implementation plan, and to recommend policies and strategies to the superintendent of public instruction, the professional educator standards board, and the state board of education to close the achievement gap.

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RCW 28A.230.055: Physical education programs—Annual review.

Details: Physical education programs — Annual review. (1) Beginning in the 2018-19 school year, all school districts must conduct an annual review of their physical education programs that includes: (a) The number of individual students completing a physical education class during the school year; (b) The average number of minutes per week of physical

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WAC 246-808-150:

Details: (1) A chiropractor must demonstrate completion of twenty-five hours of continuing education each annual renewal cycle as required by RCW 18.25.070 and chapter 246-12 WAC, Part 7. The required continuing education must be obtained during the period between renewals.

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Chapter 28A.194 RCW: EDUCATION PROGRAMS FOR JUVENILES …

Details: A program of education shall be made available for juvenile inmates by adult jail facilities and the several school districts of the state for persons under the age of eighteen years who have been incarcerated in any adult jail facilities operated under the authority of chapter 70.48 RCW. Each school district within which there is located an adult jail facility shall, singly or in concert with

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WAC 246-817-440:

Details: (a) The three-year continuing education reporting period for a dentist licensed in Washington before 2019 begins January 1, 2019, and verification of completion of continuing education hours will be due on the dentist's annual license renewal date in 2022, and every three years thereafter.

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Chapter 28A.155 RCW: SPECIAL EDUCATION

Details: High school transition services — Interagency agreements — Education data center to monitor certain outcomes — Annual report by superintendent of public instruction. 28A.155.230: Student language.

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The State of Native Education

Details: education, environmental and sustainable standards in commonly used science units, games, sciences, watersheds, education, environment and the economy–sustainable communities presented by E3 Washington, and a mini-workshop on the “Since Time Immemorial” Tribal Sovereignty in Washington State Curriculum. The WWNAEC is mostly composed of Native

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Office of Native Education Report

Details: Indian education, specifically noting system successes and accomplishments, deficiencies, and needs.” This report, the first of its kind, provides a snapshot of Native children and their educational achievement. Ten-year trends in graduation and dropout rates compared to other underrepresented

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WAC 392-172A-03100:

Details: A school district must ensure that one or both of the parents of a student eligible for special education are present at each IEP team meeting or are afforded the opportunity to participate, including: (1) Notifying parents of the meeting early enough to ensure that they will have an opportunity to attend; and. (2) Scheduling the meeting at a

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WAC 392-169-080:

Details: If, however, the individualized education program of a special education student established under chapter 392-171 WAC provides for running start enrollment in an institution of higher education, the school district which established the individualized education program shall also be responsible for assuring compliance with chapter 392-171 WAC

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RCW 84.52.0531: Enrichment levies by school districts

Details: Purpose — Construction — 2012 1st sp.s. c 10: "(1) Legislation enacted in 2009 (chapter 548, Laws of 2009) and in 2010 (chapter 236, Laws of 2010) revised the definition of the program of basic education, established new methods for distributing state funds to school districts to support this program of basic education, and provided an

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WAC 246-928-442:

Details: All licensed respiratory care practitioners seeking to renew their license shall acquire thirty credit hours of continuing respiratory care education every two years as required in RCW 18.89.140.Licensees shall meet the continuing education requirement outlined in this section and report such continuing education as required in chapter 246-12 WAC, Part 7.

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Chapter 43.06B RCW: OFFICE OF THE EDUCATION OMBUDS

Details: The education ombuds shall treat all matters, including the identities of students, complainants, and individuals from whom information is acquired, as confidential, except as necessary to enable the education ombuds to perform the duties of the office. Upon receipt of information that by law is confidential or privileged, the ombuds shall

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RCW 72.09.465: Postsecondary degree education programs.

Details: Postsecondary degree education programs. (1) (a) The department may implement postsecondary degree or certificate education programs at state correctional institutions. (b) The department may consider for inclusion in any postsecondary degree or certificate education program, any education program from an accredited community or technical

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WAC 246-924-230:

Details: Continuing education requirements. (1) To renew a license, a licensed psychologist must complete a minimum of sixty hours of continuing education (CE) every three years: (a) A minimum of four hours must be in ethics. Areas to be covered, depending on the licensee's primary area(s) of function are practice, consultation, research, teaching, or

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Chapter 28C.04.100 RCW Dispositions: VOCATIONAL EDUCATION

Details: Repealed by 1983 c 197 § 43, effective June 30, 1987. 28C.04.100 Career and technical education — Plans — Standards — Technical assistance — Leadership development. [2008 c 170 § 101; 2001 c 336 § 2.] Recodified as RCW 28A.700.010 pursuant to 2008 c 170 § 403.

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WAC 246-817-909:

Details: Continuing education requirements for opioid prescribing. (1) In order to prescribe an opioid in Washington state, a dentist licensed to prescribe opioids shall complete a one-time continuing education requirement regarding best practices in the prescribing of opioids and the rules in this chapter. The continuing education must be at least

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RCW 79A.60.630: Boating safety education—Commission's

Details: (a) Establish a program to be phased over eleven years starting July 1, 2005, with full implementation by January 1, 2016. The period July 1, 2005, through December 31, 2007, will be program development, boater notification of the new requirements for mandatory education, and processing cards to be issued to individuals having taken an accredited course prior to January 1, 2008.

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RCW 79A.60.640: Requirements to operate motor-driven boats

Details: (2) Any person who can demonstrate they have successfully completed, prior to July 24, 2005, a boating safety education course substantially equivalent to the standards adopted by the commission shall be eligible for a boater education card upon application to the commission and payment of the fee, without having to take a course or equivalency exam as provided in RCW 79A.60.630(1).

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Chapter 392-169 WAC:

Details: 392-169-075. Academic standards and discipline—Jurisdiction of educational agencies. HTML PDF. 392-169-080. Compliance with federal and state requirements of law—Special education program requirements—Necessary cooperative agreements. HTML PDF. 392-169-085. High school credit—Award by school districts.

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WAC 246-915-085:

Details: Keep certificates of completion for each course, and, if not contained in the certificate of completion, information describing the course sponsors, the goals and objectives of the course, the credentials of the presenter as a recognized authority on the subject presented, dates of attendance, and total hours for all continuing education courses being reported.

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RCW 72.09.480: Inmate funds subject to deductions

Details: RCW 72.09.460 and 72.09.465 were subsequently amended by 2021 c 200 §§ 4 and 5, referring to "postsecondary degree or certificate education programs." **(2) 1999 c 325 § 4 requires the secretary of corrections to prepare and submit a plan to the governor and legislature by December 1, 1999.

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