Below are bills related to education that we are tracking during the 2020 legislative session. This page is updated weekly. For questions about our bill tracker, please contact us.

2020 Education bills


Bills that League of Education Voters is watching closely

Below are bills of high interest.

Summary Bill Lead Sponsors Status
Early Learning.
Expanding accessible affordable child care and early childhood development programs.
2661 Senn (D-41) In committee
Early Learning.
Creating a comprehensive statewide early care and education system by improving accessibility and affordability of early care and education programs for families.
6253 Wilson (D-30) In committee
Early Learning.
Concerning working connections child care eligibility.
2456 companion to SB 6351 Callan (D-5) Passed the House
Early Learning.
Concerning working connections child care eligibility.
6351 companion to HB 2456 Nguyen (D-34) Referred to Rules
Early Learning.
Supporting access to child care for parents who are attending high school or working toward completion of a high school equivalency certificate.
2455 companion to SB 6255 Kilduff (D-28) Passed the House
Early Learning.
Supporting access to child care for parents who are attending high school or working toward completion of a high school equivalency certificate.
6255 companion to HB 2455 Wilson (D-30) Referred to Rules
Early Learning.
Creating a family engagement framework.
2631 Ortiz-Self (D-21) In committee
Early Learning.
Determining cultural bias in kindergarten assessments.
2653 Thai (D-41) In committee
Finance & Funding.
Concerning the use of K-3 class size funding for student supports.
2719 Callan (D-5) In committee
Finance & Funding.
Concerning local effort assistance for charter schools.
2788 companion to SB 6550 Pettigrew (D-37) In committee
Finance & Funding.
Concerning local effort assistance for charter schools.
6550 companion to HB 2788 Mullet (D-5) In committee
Special Education.
Concerning appropriations for special education programs.
2258 companion to SB 6117 Dolan (D-22) In committee
Special Education.
Concerning appropriations for special education programs.
6117 companion to HB 2258 Wellman (D-41) Referred to Rules
Special Education.
Removing the special education enrollment limit for funding.
2581 Caldier (R-26) In committee
Student Supports.
Providing training for equity and cultural competency in the public school system.
5908 companion to HB 1914 Das (D-47) Passed the Senate
Student Supports.
Providing training for equity and cultural competency in the public school system
1914 companion to SB 5908 Doglio (D-22) In committee
Student Supports.
Providing students with equitable access to a high-quality public education by developing an infrastructure that assists public schools in the delivery of integrated student supports.
2690 Callan (D-5) In committee
Student Supports.
Nurturing positive social and emotional school and classroom climates.
2816 Corry (R-14) Referred to Rules


House Bills

Below are education-related bills that have been introduced in the House.

Summary Bill Lead Sponsors Status
Accountability.
Promoting the effective and efficient administration of the Washington state charter school commission.
2853 Harris (R-17) Passed the House
Curriculum.
Concerning comprehensive sexual health education.
1407 companion to SB 5395 Stonier (D-49) In committee
Curriculum.
Creating a computer science grant program for school districts.
2509 companion to SB 6339 Callan (D-5) In committee
Curriculum.
Expanding ethnic studies materials and resources for public school students in grades kindergarten through six.
2633 companion to SB 6066 Ortiz-Self (D-21) In committee
Dual Credit.
Concerning dual credit programs.
1164 companion to SB 5427 Bergquist (D-11) In committee
Dual Credit.
Establishing a running start summer school pilot program.
1459 Sullivan (D-47) In committee
Dual Credit.
Expanding the college in high school program to students in ninth grade.
2233 Van Werven (R-42) In committee
Dual Credit.
Establishing a running start summer school pilot program.
2864 Paul (D-10) Passed the House
Early Learning.
Supporting the cost-effective professional development of early learning providers.
2284 McCaslin (R-4) In committee
Early Learning.
Supporting access to child care for parents who are attending high school or working toward completion of a high school equivalency certificate.
2455 companion to SB 6255 Kilduff (D-28) Passed the House
Early Learning.
Concerning working connections child care eligibility.
2456 companion to SB 6351 Callan (D-5) Passed the House
Early Learning.
Concerning working connections child care payment authorizations.
2471 companion to SB 6540 Callan (D-5) Passed the House
Early Learning.
Providing regulatory relief for early learning providers.
2556 Dent (R-13) Passed the House
Early Learning.
Increasing early learning access through licensing eligibility and rate improvements.
2619 Shewmake (D-42) Passed the House
Early Learning.
Creating a family engagement framework.
2631 Ortiz-Self (D-21) In committee
Early Learning.
Determining cultural bias in kindergarten assessments.
2653 Thai (D-41) In committee
Early Learning.
Expanding accessible affordable child care and early childhood development programs.
2661 Senn (D-41) In committee
Early Learning.
Completing the transfer of the early support for infants and toddlers program from the office of the superintendent of public instruction to the department of children youth and families.
2787 companion to SB 6547 Callan (D-5) Passed the House
Early Learning.
Concerning license compliance agreements.
2790 Dent (R-13) In committee
Early Learning.
Making the early achievers quality rating and improvement system voluntary.
2813 Walsh (R-19) In committee
Early Learning.
Developing best practices for the child care industry as recommended by the child care workforce commission.
2814 Ortiz-Self (D-21) In committee
Early Learning.
Informing families of kindergarten readiness standards.
2865 Chambers (R-25) Passed the House
Finance & Funding.
Modifying the learning assistance program.
1182 Santos (D-37) Passed the House
Finance & Funding.
Reducing the property tax.
2222 companion to SB 6145 Walsh (R-19) In committee
Finance & Funding.
Concerning local effort assistance.
2237 companion to SB 6075 Blake (D-19) In committee
Funding & Finance.
Supporting teacher job sharing through grants.
2286 McCaslin (R-4) In committee
Finance & Funding.
Concerning the capital budget.
2324 companion to SB 6248 Tharinger (D-24) In committee
Finance & Funding.
Making 2019-2021 fiscal biennium supplemental operating appropriations.
2325 companion to SB 6168 Ormsby (D-3) In committee
Finance & Funding.
Improving access to temporary assistance for needy families.
2441 Entenman (D-47) Passed the House
Finance & Funding.
Concerning optional benefits offered by school districts.
2458 companion to SB 6479 Stonier (D-49) Passed the House
Finance & Funding.
Concerning the lease or rental of surplus property of school districts.
2617 companion to SB 6265 Robinson (D-38) Referred to Rules
Finance & Funding.
Concerning maximum salaries for skill center certificated instructional staff training students to work in skill center identified high-demand fields including as veterinary technicians nursing or medical assistants or cybersecurity specialists.
2663 Dufault (R-15) In committee
Finance & Funding.
Concerning sick leave for K-12 employees.
2685 companion to SB 6368 Frame (D-36) In committee
Finance & Funding.
Establishing a competitive grant program for community sexual assault programs to provide counseling services in schools.
2704 Caldier (R-26) Referred to Rules
Finance & Funding.
Concerning the use of K-3 class size funding for student supports.
2719 Callan (D-5) In committee
Finance & Funding.
Concerning school district enrichment levies.
2753 companion to SB 6344 Lekanoff (D-40) In committee
Finance & Funding.
Clarifying contributions to and eligibility for school employees' benefits board coverage.
2771 McCaslin (R-4) In committee
Finance & Funding.
Concerning local effort assistance for charter schools.
2788 companion to SB 6550 Pettigrew (D-37) In committee
Finance & Funding.
Eliminating the reduction in state basic education funding that occurs in counties with federal and state forestlands.
2791 companion to SB 6573 Tharinger (D-24) In committee
Finance & Funding.
Establishing a statewide environmental sustainability education program.
2811 companion to SB 6124 Johnson (D-30) Passed the House
Finance & Funding.
Concerning school district levies.
2823 companion to SB 6533 Ramel (D-40) In committee
Finance & Funding.
Concerning skill center class sizes.
2841 companion to SB 6653 Paul (D-10) In committee
Finance & Funding.
Concerning Federal Way school district regionalization.
2874 Johnson (D-30) In committee
Finance & Funding.
Concerning reductions to maximum enrichment levy authority due to audit findings.
2876 Callan (D-5) In committee
Finance & Funding.
Concerning staff funding for school districts.
2897 companion to SB 6615 Sullivan (D-47) In committee
Finance & Funding.
Creating the education choice scholarship program.
2933 Kraft (R-17) In committee
Finance & Funding.
Creating a three-tiered salary schedule for certificated instructional staff.
2937 Dolan (D-22) In committee
Finance & Funding.
Amending the state Constitution to provide property tax relief.
4211 Gregerson (D-33) In committee
Postsecondary.
Concerning unfair practices involving compensation of athletes in higher education.
1084 companion to SB 5875 Stokesbary (R-31) Referred to Rules
Postsecondary.
Concerning the Washington national guard postsecondary education grant program.
1201 companion to SB 5197 Kilduff (D-28) Passed the House
Postsecondary.
Increasing transparency and financial accountability in higher education to students parents and taxpayers.
2089 Kraft (R-17) In committee
Postsecondary.
Assisting spouses and dependents of active duty military by ensuring affordable access to higher education.
2185 companion to SB 6116 Leavitt (D-28) Referred to Rules
Postsecondary.
Concerning student health plans.
2252 Thai (D-41) Passed the House
Postsecondary.
Encouraging Washington college grant recipients to pursue high demand degrees.
2254 Gildon (R-25) In committee
Postsecondary.
Encouraging Washington college grant recipients to reside or work in Washington after graduation.
2255 Gildon (R-25) In committee
Postsecondary.
Increasing fairness transparency and accountability in the admission processes of state universities.
2283 Stokesbary (R-31) Referred to Rules
Postsecondary.
Increasing tuition transparency at postsecondary educational institutions.
2289 Leavitt (D-28) In committee
Postsecondary.
Creating prison to postsecondary education pathways.
2299 companion to SB 6576 Leavitt (D-28) On H Floor Calendar
Postsecondary.
Addressing sexual misconduct at postsecondary educational institutions.
2327 companion to SB 6439 Pollett (D-46) Passed the House
Postsecondary.
Prohibiting the practice of transcript withholding and limiting the practice of registration holds at institutions of higher education as debt collection practices.
2513 companion to SB 6140 Slatter (D-48) Passed the House
Postsecondary.
Creating the Washington common application.
2514 companion to SB 6142 Leavitt (D-28) In committee
Postsecondary.
Expanding access to higher education.
2523 companion to SB 6141 Ortiz-Self (D-21) In committee
Postsecondary.
Concerning tuition waivers for children of eligible veterans.
2542 Paul (D-10) Passed the House
Postsecondary.
Concerning tribally controlled colleges and universities.
2548 Lekanoff (D-40) In committee
Postsecondary.
Reducing administrative staffing at institutions of higher education.
2574 Stokesbary (R-31) In committee
Postsecondary.
Establishing the Washington excels scholarship program a merit-based scholarship to incentivize Washington's highest performing academic students to pursue higher education in the state.
2578 Dye (R-9) In committee
Postsecondary.
Requiring uniform reporting of certain fiscal details by community and technical colleges.
2654 Sells (D-38) In committee
Postsecondary.
Creating a statewide child savings account program.
2776 companion to SB 6577 Kilduff (D-28) In committee
Postsecondary.
Adding a graduate student to the student achievement council.
2799 companion to SB 6127 Mead (D-44) In committee
Postsecondary.
Creating the undocumented student support loan program.
2801 companion to SB 6561 Gregerson (D-33) In committee
Postsecondary.
Establishing the American Indian cultural study grant.
2891 companion to SB 6425 Sells (D-38) In committee
Postsecondary.
Increasing the maximum Washington college grant award at independent institutions of higher education.
2917 companion to SB 6559 Ramos (D-5) In committee
Special Education.
Concerning appropriations for special education programs.
2258 companion to SB 6117 Dolan (D-22) In committee
Special Education.
Concerning statewide implementation of early screening for dyslexia.
2290 companion to SB 6101 Pollet (D-46) Referred to Rules
Special Education.
Removing the special education enrollment limit for funding.
2581 Caldier (R-26) In committee
Student Supports.
Concerning school lunch durations.
1272 Thai (D-41) Passed the House
Student Supports.
Concerning dual language learning in early learning and K-12 education.
1322 companion to SB 5607 Ortiz-Self (D-21) Passed the House
Student Supports.
Providing training for equity and cultural competency in the public school system.
1914 companion to SB 5908 Doglio (D-22) In committee
Student Supports.
Creating statutory authorization for school-based health centers.
2288 Leavitt (D-28) In committee
Student Supports.
Providing families of public school students with information about free and reduced-price meals.
2298 Leavitt (D-28) In committee
Student Supports.
Standardizing definitions of homelessness to improve access to services.
2388 Senn (D-41) Passed the House
Student Supports.
Studying students' life-threatening allergic reactions.
2428 Duerr (D-1) In committee
Student Supports.
Permitting the reasonable and moderate restraint of students for their own protection.
2436 Klippert (R-8) In committee
Student Supports.
Establishing the family connections program.
2525 companion to SB 6422 Callan (D-5) Passed the House
Student Supports.
Permitting students to wear traditional tribal regalia and objects of cultural significance at graduation ceremonies and related events.
2551 companion to SB 6607 Lekanoff (D-40) Passed the House
Student Supports.
Ensuring student transportation for students in out-of-home placements.
2583 Caldier (R-26) Referred to Rules
Student Supports.
Requiring contact information for suicide prevention and crisis intervention organizations on student and staff identification cards.
2589 companion to SB 6449 Callan (D-5) Passed the House
Student Supports.
Concerning services for children with multiple handicaps.
2599 companion to SB 6362 Eslick (R-39) Referred to Rules
Student Supports.
Expanding school library information and technology programs.
2637 companion to SB 6371 Pettigrew (D-37) In committee
Student Supports.
Concerning educator recertification requirements regarding youth suicide screening referral and safety planning.
2643 Callan (D-5) Referred to Rules
Student Supports.
Expanding parental involvement in sexual health education.
2648 Klippert (R-8) In committee
Student Supports.
Increasing the availability of school meals provided to public school students at no student cost.
2660 Riccelli (D-3) Passed the House
Student Supports.
Providing students with equitable access to a high-quality public education by developing an infrastructure that assists public schools in the delivery of integrated student supports.
2690 Callan (D-5) In committee
Student Supports.
Developing comprehensive school counseling programs.
2699 companion to SB 6480 Stonier (D-49) In committee
Student Supports.
Establishing a work group on school-based health centers.
2708 Stonier (D-49) In committee
Student Supports.
Increasing equitable educational outcomes for foster care and homeless children and youth from prekindergarten to postsecondary education.
2711 companion to SB 6511 Johnson (D-30) Passed the House
Student Supports.
Allowing the learning assistance program to support school-wide behavioral health system of supports and interventions.
2717 companion to SB 6132 Ortiz-Self (D-21) In committee
Student Supports.
Implementing a sustainable funding model for the services provided through the children's mental health services consultation program and the telebehavioral health video call center.
2728 Slatter (D-48) Passed the House
Student Supports.
Reporting of student head injury information sustained during athletics and other activities.
2731 Irwin (R-31) Passed the House
Student Supports.
Supporting relationships between parents and their children.
2733 Davis (D-32) In committee
Student Supports.
Updating the children's mental health work group.
2737 companion to SB 6588 Callan (D-5) Passed the House
Student Supports.
Nurturing positive social and emotional school and classroom climates.
2816 Corry (R-14) Referred to Rules
Student Supports.
Promoting a safe learning environment for students with seizure disorders.
2844 Kloba (D-1) In committee
Student Supports.
Concerning training youth athletes.
2904 Stonier (D-49) In committee
Student Supports.
Creating the parents' bill of rights.
2928 companion to SB 6664 Klippert (R-8) In committee
Student Supports.
Narrowing the applicability of restraint and isolation provisions to students with an individualized education program or section 504 plan.
2930 Walsh (R-19) In committee
Teacher Workforce.
Concerning secondary traumatic stress in public school staff.
1264 Ortiz-Self (D-21) Passed the House
Teacher Workforce.
Expanding background check requirements for certain educational institutions.
2259 companion to SB 6100 Rude (R-16) Passed the House
Teacher Workforce.
Concerning professional licensing requirements for service members and military spouses.
2303 Leavitt (D-28) Referred to Rules
Teacher Workforce.
Creating provisional professional licenses for service members and military spouses.
2534 Dufault (R-15) In committee


Senate Bills

Below are education-related bills that have been introduced in the Senate.

Summary Bill Lead Sponsors Status
Accountability.
Repealing the education accountability system oversight committee.
6099 Hunt (D-22) Passed the Senate
Accountability.
Concerning educational reporting requirements.
6103 Wellman (D-41) Passed the Senate
Accountability.
Concerning legislative reporting requirements for certain department of children youth and families programs.
6507 Nguyen (D-34) Passed the Senate
Curriculum.
Concerning comprehensive sexual health education.
5395 companion to HB 1407 Wilson (D-30) Passed the Senate
Curriculum.
Expanding ethnic studies materials and resources for public school students in grades kindergarten through six.
6066 companion to HB 2633 Hasegawa (D-11) Passed the Senate
Curriculum.
Concerning sexual health education and affirmative consent.
6175 Wilson (D-30) In committee
Curriculum.
Teaching Washington's tribal history culture and government.
6262 McCoy (D-38) Passed the Senate
Curriculum.
Creating a computer science grant program for school districts.
6339 companion to HB 2509 Hunt (D-22) In committee
Curriculum.
Creating an innovative learning pilot program.
6521 Wellman (D-41) Passed the Senate
Dual Credit.
Concerning dual credit programs.
5427 companion to HB 1164 Wellman (D-41) In committee
Dual Credit.
Expanding access to dual credit opportunities by eliminating direct costs to students and families.
6505 Mullet (D-5) Referred to Rules
Dual Credit.
Concerning apprenticeship materials for dual credit scholarship programs.
6374 Holy (R-6) Passed the Senate
Early Learning.
Authorizing and encouraging cities to notify the department of children youth and families of conditions at family day-care provider facilities that could cause harm to a child's health welfare or safety.
6237 Kuderer (D-48) Referred to Rules
Early Learning.
Creating a comprehensive statewide early care and education system by improving accessibility and affordability of early care and education programs for families.
6253 Wilson (D-30) In committee
Early Learning.
Supporting access to child care for parents who are attending high school or working toward completion of a high school equivalency certificate.
6255 companion to HB 2455 Wilson (D-30) Referred to Rules
Early Learning.
Recognizing the experience of existing early learning providers to meet educational requirements.
6297 Padden (R-4) Passed the Senate
Early Learning.
Concerning working connections child care eligibility.
6351 companion to HB 2456 Nguyen (D-34) Referred to Rules
Early Learning.
Concerning licensing by the department of children youth and families.
6482 Wilson (D-30) In committee
Early Learning.
Concerning rating requirements for child care providers.
6483 Wilson (D-30) Referred to Rules
Early Learning.
Concerning working connections child care payment authorizations.
6540 companion to HB 2471 Wilson (D-3) Passed the Senate
Early Learning.
Completing the transfer of the early support for infants and toddlers program from the office of the superintendent of public instruction to the department of children youth and families.
6547 companion to HB 2787 Wellman (D-41) In committee
Early Learning.
Funding youth health care access and affordability housing affordability and wages for child care providers through a more progressive estate tax rate structure.
6581 Lovelett (D-40) In committee
Finance & Funding.
Concerning local effort assistance.
6075 companion to HB 2237 Takko (D-19) In committee
Finance & Funding.
Establishing a statewide environmental sustainability education program.
6124 companion to HB 2811 Hunt (D-22) In committee
Finance & Funding.
Reducing the property tax.
6145 companion to HB 2222 Warnick (R-13) In committee
Finance & Funding.
Making 2019-2021 fiscal biennium supplemental operating appropriations.
6168 companion to HB 2325 Rolfes (D-23) In committee
Finance & Funding.
Incorporating the costs of employee health benefits into school district contracts for pupil transportation.
6176 Wilson (D-30) In committee
Funding & Finance.
Clarifying eligibility for school employees' benefits board coverage.
6189 Wellman (D-41) Referred to Rules
Finance & Funding.
Adding the workforce education investment account to the definition of related funds in the state four-year balanced budget requirement.
6198 Braun (R-20) In committee
Finance & Funding.
Concerning regionalization factors used for Granite Falls school district compensation.
6226 Wagoner (R-39) In committee
Finance & Funding.
Adjusting school directors' compensation.
6242 Carlyle (D-36) Referred to Rules
Finance & Funding.
Concerning the capital budget.
6248 companion to HB 2324 Frockt (D-46) In committee
Finance & Funding.
Concerning the lease or rental of surplus property of school districts.
6265 companion to HB 2617 McCoy (D-38) Passed the Senate
Finance & Funding.
Concerning contributions to and eligibility for school employee benefit plans.
6290 Short (R-7) In committee
Finance & Funding.
Concerning health care benefits for public school employees.
6296 Padden (R-4) In committee
Finance & Funding.
Concerning early retirement reduction factors for certain members of the teachers retirement system and the public safety employees retirement system.
6337 Hunt (D-22) In committee
Finance & Funding.
Concerning school district enrichment levies.
6344 companion to HB 2753 Lovelett (D-40) In committee
Finance & Funding.
Concerning sick leave for K-12 employees.
6368 companion to HB 2685 Nguyen (D-34) In committee
Finance & Funding.
Reducing the property tax.
6381 Ericksen (R-42) In committee
Finance & Funding.
Limiting school district enrichment levies.
6477 Lovelett (D-40) In committee
Finance & Funding.
Concerning optional benefits offered by school districts.
6479 companion to HB 2458 Wellman (D-41) Referred to Rules
Finance & Funding.
Allowing counties to seek voter approval for a property tax levy to fund community and technical college districts.
6484 Frockt (D-46) In committee
Finance & Funding.
Increasing local effort assistance for small school districts and small remote and necessary plants.
6510 Cleveland (D-49) In committee
Finance & Funding.
Providing housing to school district employees.
6512 Rolfes (D-23) In committee
Finance & Funding.
Establishing a tax credit for contributions to student scholarship organizations.
6520 Schoesler (R-9) In committee
Finance & Funding.
Concerning school district levies.
6533 companion to HB 2823 Lovelett (D-40) In committee
Funding & Finance.
Concerning local effort assistance for charter schools.
6550 companion to HB 2788 Mullet (D-5) In committee
Finance & Funding.
Eliminating the reduction in state basic education funding that occurs in counties with federal and state forestlands.
6573 companion to HB 2791 Van De Wege (D-24) In committee
Finance & Funding.
Concerning school construction assistance program grants for small rural districts.
6596 Honeyford (R-15) In committee
Finance & Funding.
Supporting parental school choice.
6608 Ericksen (R-42) In committee
Finance & Funding.
Concerning staff funding for school districts.
6615 companion to HB 2897 Wellman (D-41) In committee
Finance & Funding.
Concerning skill center class sizes.
6653 companion to HB 2841 Hunt (D-22) In committee
Finance & Funding.
Providing retirement benefits at earlier ages in the plans 2 and 3 of the public employees' retirement system the teachers' retirement system and the school employees' retirement system.
6662 Saldaña (D-37) In committee
Graduation Requirements.
Awarding diplomas posthumously.
6092 Wilson (D-30) Referred to Rules
Postsecondary.
Concerning the Washington national guard postsecondary education grant program.
5197 companion to HB 1201 Hobbs (D-44) Passed the Senate
Postsecondary.
Concerning unfair practices involving compensation of athletes in higher education.
5875 companion to HB 1084 Palumbo (formerly D-1) In committee
Postsecondary.
Assisting spouses and dependents of active duty military by ensuring affordable access to higher education.
6116 companion to HB 2185 O'Ban (R-28) In committee
Postsecondary.
Adding a graduate student to the student achievement council.
6127 companion to HB 2799 Randall (D-26) Passed the Senate
Postsecondary.
Concerning student health plan coverage for pregnancy services.
6129 Randall (D-26) In committee
Postsecondary.
Prohibiting the practice of transcript withholding and limiting the practice of registration holds at institutions of higher education as debt collection practices.
6140 companion to HB 2513 Randall (D-26) In committee
Postsecondary.
Expanding access to higher education.
6141 companion to HB 2523 Randall (D-26) Passed the Senate
Postsecondary.
Creating the Washington common application.
6142 companion to HB 2514 Liias (D-21) Passed the Senate
Postsecondary.
Supporting student success at community and technical colleges by increasing full-time faculty and stabilizing the use of part-time faculty.
6405 Stanford (D-1) Referred to Rules
Postsecondary.
Concerning room and board for college bound scholarship students.
6424 Wilson (D-30) In committee
Postsecondary.
Establishing the American Indian cultural study grant.
6425 companion to HB 2891 Stanford (D-1) Referred to Rules
Postsecondary.
Addressing sexual misconduct at postsecondary educational institutions.
6439 companion to HB 2327 Randall (D-26) In committee
Postsecondary.
Repealing the legislative advisory committee to the committee on advanced tuition payment.
6468 Randall (D-26) Passed the Senate
Postsecondary.
Adopting a uniform statewide automatic admissions policy at the four-year institutions of higher education.
6542 Liias (D-21) In committee
Postsecondary.
Increasing the maximum Washington college grant award at independent institutions of higher education.
6559 companion to HB 2917 Conway (D-29) In committee
Postsecondary.
Studying the feasibility of postsecondary student housing within retirement facilities.
6560 Wilson (D-30) Referred to Rules
Postsecondary.
Creating the undocumented student support loan program.
6561 companion to HB 2801 Liias (D-21) Passed the Senate
Postsecondary.
Creating prison to postsecondary education pathways.
6576 companion to HB 2299 Darneille (D-27) In committee
Postsecondary.
Creating a statewide child savings account program.
6577 companion to HB 2776 Liias (D-21) Referred to Rules
Postsecondary.
Establishing the rural college promise program.
6614 Takko (D-19) In committee
Special Education.
Prohibiting retaliation against school district employees that report noncompliance with individualized education programs.
6047 Hasegawa (D-11) Passed the Senate
Special Education.
Concerning statewide implementation of early screening for dyslexia.
6101 companion to HB 2290 Wellman (D-41) Passed the Senate
Special Education.
Concerning appropriations for special education programs.
6117 companion to HB 2258 Wellman (D-41) Referred to Rules
Student Supports.
Establishing a telehealth training and treatment program to assist youth.
5389 Becker (R-2) Passed the Senate
Student Supports.
Concerning dual language learning in early learning and K-12 education.
5607 companion to HB 1322 Wellman (D-41) Referred to Rules
Student Supports.
Providing training for equity and cultural competency in the public school system.
5908 companion to HB 1914 Das (D-47) Passed the Senate
Student Supports.
Allowing the learning assistance program to support school-wide behavioral health system of supports and interventions.
6132 companion to SB 2717 Wellman (D-41) Passed the Senate
Student Supports.
Assessing the prevalence of adverse childhood experiences in middle and high school students to inform decision making and improve services.
6191 Braun (R-20) Passed the Senate
Student Supports.
Expanding school-based health centers.
6279 Randall (D-26) In committee
Student Supports.
Concerning the development of individualized highly capable learning plans.
6282 Pederson (D-43) Passed the Senate
Student Supports.
Concerning services for children with multiple handicaps.
6362 companion to HB 2599 Randall (D-26) Referred to Rules
Student Supports.
Expanding school library information and technology programs.
6371 companion to HB 2637 Hunt (D-22) In committee
Student Supports.
Evaluating school safety drills and monitoring school safety plans and programs.
6389 Fortunato (R-31) In committee
Student Supports.
Providing telehealth services to schools.
6416 Cleveland (D-49) In committee
Student Supports.
Establishing the family connections program.
6422 companion to HB 2525 Darneille (D-27) Referred to Rules
Student Supports.
Concerning reports alleging child abuse and neglect.
6423 Cleveland (D-49) Referred to Rules
Student Supports.
Requiring contact information for suicide prevention and crisis intervention organizations on student and staff identification cards.
6449 companion to HB 2589 Wellman (D-41) Referred to Rules
Student Supports.
Developing comprehensive school counseling programs.
6480 companion to HB 2699 Mullet (D-5) Passed the Senate
Student Supports.
Increasing equitable educational outcomes for foster care and homeless children and youth from prekindergarten to postsecondary education.
6511 companion to HB 2711 Carlyle (D-36) Referred to Rules
Student Supports.
Expanding reporting options for mandated reporters of child abuse and neglect.
6556 Cleveland (D-49) Passed the Senate
Student Supports.
Creating statutory authorization for school-based health centers.
6563 Conway (D-29) Referred to Rules
Student Supports.
Updating the children's mental health work group.
6588 companion to HB 2737 Darneille (D-27) In committee
Student Supports.
Permitting students to wear traditional tribal regalia and objects of cultural significance at graduation ceremonies and related events.
6607 companion to HB 2551 Billig (D-3) Referred to Rules
Student Supports.
Creating the parents' bill of rights.
6664 companion to HB 2928 Fortunato (R-31) In committee
Student Supports.
Feeding all children in Washington schools.
6672 Walsh (R-16) In committee
Teacher Workforce.
Concerning educator certification assessments.
6067 Hasegawa (D-11) In committee
Teacher Workforce.
Expanding background check requirements for certain educational institutions.
6100 companion to HB 2259 Wellman (D-41) Passed the Senate
Teacher Workforce.
Concerning the beginning educator support team program.
6138 Hasegawa (D-11) Passed the Senate
Teacher Workforce.
Concerning background checks for public school employees.
6655 Fortunato (R-31) In committee


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