Forum Hosts Community Conversation
On September 10, SBE held a Community Forum in Yakima to get feedback on the equity and adequacy of new graduation pathway options for the class of 2020 and beyond.
“SBE forums are usually focused on a particular set of work or project, “said State Board of Education Basic Education Manager, Parker Teed. “It’s special in terms of being open government, in the sense that people can speak to Board Members and staff about their views. The idea is to lower barriers in candid communication.”
Find out what Board Members Holly Koon and MJ Bolt thought of the Yakima forum
on the SBE blog
Join us in Bremerton on
from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. for our next forum on new graduation pathway options as these changes impact the class of 2020 and beyond!