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We advance educational opportunities and attainment in Washington
Highlights of the current work of the Student Achievement Council
Updates on the Council's work in Olympia
Rules and meetings
Learn more about the nine Council members
Directory of those who support the work of the agency and its programs
Updates on the latest agency rule-making activity
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Protocols for contracts with the Council
Here are the directions you need to visit us
Our office is located at 917 Lakeridge Way Southwest in Olympia.
February 3, Olympia
April 24, Richland
June 23, Ellensburg
August 20-21, Tacoma
September 9 - Olympia
October 8, Tacoma
November 19-20, Olympia
February 11, Olympia
April 8, Olympia
June 10, TBD
August 13, TBD
October 15, TBD
November 18, TBD
Three standing committees make recommendations to the Council regarding policies and potential Council action.
The Disability Taskforce works to improve postsecondary transitions for students with disabilities.
The ISLS coalition is currently exploring
the implications of CCSS in high
school graduation and postsecondary
enrollment and remediation.
The Dual Credit Workgroup will meet through fall 2014.
The Educational Attainment for All Diversity conference is held annually in the spring.
Pave the Way, first held in August 12, focused on completion strategies for underrepresented students. You can find a variety of useful completion strategies materials here.
Find agendas and materials from past Council meetings
Explore the composition, minutes, and materials of past workgroups
Members of the 2013 Washington Student Achievement Council at the November 2013 Council Meeting in Olympia, Washington
Learn about the many post secondary options available in our State
The College Readiness Project and the Transition Math Project
Explore options such as Running Start, Advanced Placement, and Dual Credit Programs.
Costs related to tuition and fees for higher education in Washington
Policies and procedures related to student transfers between higher education institutions
Residency guidelines for the determination of in-state tuition
Credits awarded based on skills and knowledge gained outside the classroom
Learn about the current projects of the Council's research team
Archive of work from the Council’s research, policy, and planning team
An educated workforce is essential to the vibrant Washington economy
The 2013 Roadmap identifies two overarching goals for increasing educational attainment in Washington
The 2014 Strategic Action Plan will provide detailed information on next steps for near-term Roadmap actions
An overview of the financial aid programs available to Washington students
State need grant that supports low income tuition, books, and fees
Provides financial assistance to low income students who dream of a college education
Provides income for education and hands on experiences
Helps students from foster care attend and succeed in college
Competitive scholarship to outstanding eligible students
Supporting employment needs of Washington’s aerospace companies
Programs to recruit new teachers to Washington’s schools
Program to attract and retain licensed health professionals’ service in shortage areas
Loan forgiveness program for eligible Washington attorneys
University of Washington Campus - Seattle, Washington
Institutions serving students in Washington
Program to ensure post secondary education quality
Investigative authority, student complaints, transcripts, diploma mills
Promoting and safeguarding quality education and training programs for veterans
Direct link to online resources for state institutions
The host site of DVR information exchange
Materials for financial aid administrators
Unit Record Reporting resources
Materials related to latent SFA programs
Grant to help cover college costs for eligible students
Grant to help cover child care costs for eligible families
Provides partnership grants for professional development projects serving K-12 educators
Learn more about Guaranteed Education Tuiton, Washington's 529 savings plan, and view GET Committee meeting materials
Council website designed to serve the needs of our college bound students, parents, and the educators who work on their behalf
Federally-funded program providing services to low-income schools
Free service connecting students with Washington scholarship providers
A national effort to increase the number of first-generation and low-income students pursuing college and credentials
Program to increase the number of students filling out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid
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Find the answers to your questions here
Archive of published materials from Council communications
Collection of the Council’s bimonthly newsletters
October 6 - Over 32,000 eighth graders signed up for the College Bound Scholarship by the June 30 deadline.
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