Washington State Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction
The Washington State Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction, or OSPI is the state education agency for the State of Washington. The agency is bound by the Washington State Legislature to implement state laws regarding education, including the 1993 education reform act which mandated the controversial WASL standards based assessment. The current Superintendent of Public Instruction is Chris Reykdal.
Superintendents of Public Instruction
|Josephine Corliss Preston||1913–1929|
|Pearl Anderson Wanamaker||1940–1956|
|Louis "Louie" Bruno||1960–1972|
|Frank (Buster) Brouillet||1973–1990|
|Teresa "Terry" Bergeson||1997–2008|
|Chris Reykdal||2017 – present|
- Washington State Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction official website.
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