Washington State Board of Education

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The Washington State Board of Education is the overseeing body of education in the U.S. State of Washington [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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