Washington State Board of Education

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The Washington State Board of Education is the democratic overseeing body of education in the U.S. State of Washington. The mission of the State Board of Education is to lead the development of state policy, provide system oversight, and advocate for student success.[1]

The 16 members of the State Board of Education include those selected by the Governor of Washington, those elected by local school districts, a private school representative, and two student representatives. The students are non-voting members selected by the Washington Association of Student Councils.

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  1. ^ Mission and vision. Retrieved 1/3/2012.

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