Washington State Office of Education Ombudsman

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The Office of the Education Ombudsman is a state agency in the Governor’s Office of the U.S. state of Washington. It is separate from the public education system. The office, a traditional government ombudsman position, handles complaints, disputes,[1] and problems between families and K-12 schools "in all areas that affect student learning."[2] The office also makes recommendations to the Governor and legislators for the improvement of public education.

The office addresses bullying.[3]

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  1. ^ (2009) Journal of dispute resolution. Issue 1. University of Missouri-Columbia Center for the Study of Dispute Resolution. p. 489.
  2. ^ Office of the Education Ombudsman website. Retrieved 1/4/12.
  3. ^ Morgan, L. (2010) Beyond Smart: Boosting Your Child's Social, Emotional, and Academic Potential. ParentMap. p 79.

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