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SAFETY  (See PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY)
SALES  SALES RSS Feed
               (See also ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES; DRUGS; LITTERING; MEDICINE AND MEDICAL DEVICES; MOTOR VEHICLES; RECYCLING; TAXES - SALES TAX)
Animals, sale or auction on public property, prohibiting: HB 1201, SB 5203
Asbestos-containing building materials, labeling requirements: HB 1926, SB 5458, * ESSB 5458, CH 51 (2013)
Asbestos-containing building materials, labeling requirements, clarifying application of: SB 6240
Auction sales of personal property used in farming, repealing sales tax exemption: SB 5041
Back-to-school clothing and school supply items, sales and use tax exemptions: HB 1329, SB 5529
Bags, plastic shopping bags supplied by retailer at time of sale, excise tax: SB 5248
Bags, retail carryout, preemption of regulation by state of Washington: SB 5253
Bags, retail carryout, prohibiting stores from providing unless compostable plastic, recyclable paper, or reusable: SB 5253
Bags, retail carryout, regulation by cities and counties: HB 1310, SB 5386
Batteries, small rechargeable battery stewardship: ESHB 1364
Batteries, small rechargeable battery stewardship act: HB 1364, SB 5457
Bicycles, levying retail sale fee on certain new bicycles: HB 1954
Bottles, petroleum-based beverage, prohibiting manufacture, sale, or distribution: SB 5250
Children's products, limiting presence of TRIS and other flame retardants: HB 1294, ESHB 1294, SB 5181, SB 5933, SB 5984, SB 6048, SB 6540, SSB 6540
Cigarettes, electronic, prohibiting sale to minor: * HB 1937, CH 47 (2013), SB 5815
Containers, polystyrene, prohibiting use by food service businesses: SB 5252
Digital goods and codes, nonresident sales tax exemption, repealing: HB 1890
Energy drinks, prohibiting selling or giving away to person under age eighteen: HB 1807
Firearms, assault weapons, prohibiting of and conditions for manufacture, possession, purchase, sale, and transfer: SB 5737
Firearms, retail sales, levying and collecting fee on each retail sale: HB 1703
Firearms, sale by unlicensed person to another unlicensed person, background check requirements: HB 1588, SHB 1588, SB 5625, SB 5711
Firearms, sale or transfer of, exempting purchaser from criminal background check when producing valid concealed pistol license: HB 1839, SHB 1839
Firearms, sale or transfer, exempting purchaser from criminal background check when producing law enforcement officer credentials or identification: SHB 1839
Firearms, sales by dealers, requirements in connection with safe storage, violations and penalties: HB 1676
Fish, food fish and shellfish, labeling for sale, requirements and penalties: HB 1200, * SHB 1200, CH 290 (2013), SB 5037, SSB 5037
Fish, transgenic salmon or salmon products, labeling as, during sale: HB 2630
Flame retardants, limiting presence in upholstered furniture and children's products manufactured, sold, or distributed for use in state: HB 1294, ESHB 1294, SB 5181, SB 5933, SB 5984, SB 6048, SB 6540, SSB 6540
Genetically engineered foods, disclosure for retail sale: SB 5073, SI 522, HI 522
Marijuana, legal amounts left at retail stores holding pharmacy license, notification and disposal requirements: * EHB 1808, CH 133 (2013)
Marijuana, prohibiting purchases of marijuana and marijuana paraphernalia with public assistance electronic benefit cards: ESSB 5279
Marijuana, purchase by minors, specifying criminal acts and penalties: HB 2303, SB 6158, SSB 6158
Marijuana, purchase by minors, using certain minors in controlled purchase compliance check programs: HB 2303, SB 6158
Marijuana, recreational, tax stamp system for sale of: HB 2411
Memorial markers, restricting sales by cemetery districts: HB 1300
Mercury-containing light product stewardship program, repealing program and account: SB 5658
Mercury-containing lights, product stewardship organizations, provisions: HB 1444, HB 2246, * ESHB 2246, CH 119 (2014), SB 6177, SSB 6177
Motor vehicle sales, documentary service fee, effect of negotiation-free pricing on charging of: HB 2757
Personal property, sales of tangible, repealing nonresident sales tax exemption: HB 1890
Polystyrene products, prohibiting use by food service businesses of certain products, including clamshell containers and polystyrene foam: SB 5252
Retail theft, organized, modifying criminal provisions to include making or receiving electronic communication: HB 1906, HB 2702, SB 5178, ESSB 5178, SB 6024
Shark fins, unlawful trade in second degree, prohibiting all commercial activities: SB 5081
Tax evasion by electronic means, seizure and forfeiture of automated sales suppression devices, phantom-ware, etc.: HB 1427, * SB 5715, CH 309 (2013)
Theft with extenuating circumstances, retail, changing to retail theft with special circumstances: SB 5022, * SSB 5022, CH 153 (2013)
Theft with extenuating circumstances, retail, modifying definition: HB 2077
Upholstered furniture, limiting presence of TRIS and other flame retardants: HB 1294, ESHB 1294, SB 5181, SB 5933, SB 5984, SB 6048, SB 6540, SSB 6540
Vapor products, prohibiting sale to minor: * HB 1937, CH 47 (2013), SB 5815
Warranties, express, consumer protections: SB 6441
Water pipes and hookahs and similar items, when solely designed for use with tobacco or shisha, prohibiting sale to minor: SB 5815
SALES TAX  (See TAXES - SALES TAX)
SALMON  SALMON RSS Feed
               
Genetically engineered salmonids, prohibiting production in state waters: HB 2143, SB 6184, SB 6343
Habitat projects for salmon recovery, removing landowner liability for property damage: * HB 1194, CH 194 (2013)
Hatcheries, salmonid, fish and wildlife department-partner management agreements: HB 1071, SB 5543
Hatcheries, salmonid, fish and wildlife department-partner management agreements for hatcheries in Hood Canal basin: * SHB 1071, CH 93 (2013), SSB 5543
Hydroelectric generation, projects not impeding migrating fish, including in definition of eligible renewable resource: SB 5769
Indian tribal members, convictions prior to 1975 for certain tribal fishing activities, vacating: HB 2080, * SHB 2080, CH 176 (2014)
Labeling for sale, requirements and penalties: HB 1200, * SHB 1200, CH 290 (2013), SB 5037, SSB 5037
Spawning beds, prohibiting activities that harm or disturb: SB 5254
Transgenic salmon or salmon products, labeling as, during sale: HB 2630
SAVINGS BANKS AND ASSOCIATIONS  (See FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS)
SCHOOL EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM (SERS)  (See RETIREMENT AND PENSIONS)
SCHOOLS AND SCHOOL DISTRICTS  SCHOOLS AND SCHOOL DISTRICTS RSS Feed
               (See also RETIREMENT AND PENSIONS; VOCATIONAL EDUCATION)
Absences, unexcused, children age six and seven: HB 1283, SHB 1283
Abuse or neglect of a child, substantiated, child protective services to notify school district: SB 5822
Abuse or neglect of a child, suspected, school personnel interviewing of child with third party present: SB 5316, * SSB 5316, CH 48 (2013)
Abuse or neglect of children, modifying requirements for certain school employee training and information for parents: SB 5753
Abuse or neglect of children, modifying requirements for information for parents: ESSB 5753, SB 5901
Abuse, physical abuse or sexual misconduct by school employee, reporting requirements: * ESSB 5563, CH 10 (2013)
Academic acceleration incentive program, establishment: HB 1642, SHB 1642, * 2SHB 1642, CH 184 (2013), SB 5243, SSB 5243, E2SSB 5243
Academic acceleration policy, districts to adopt for high school students: HB 1642, SHB 1642, * 2SHB 1642, CH 184 (2013), SB 5243, SSB 5243, E2SSB 5243, SB 6061
Accountability framework, developing Washington achievement index for schools and districts: * E2SSB 5329, CH 159 (2013)
Accountability system, education accountability system oversight committee, establishment: * E2SSB 5329, CH 159 (2013)
Accountability system, phases I and II, modifying to provide assistance and intervention: HB 1177, SHB 1177
Administrators, calculating TRS and SERS service credit for alternate early retirement eligibility: HB 1610, SB 5512
Administrators, evaluation systems training program, to include cultural competence, multicultural education, and English language acquisition principles: HB 1680, SHB 1680, 2SHB 1680, 3SHB 1680, SB 6529
Administrators, professional development days for, additional: HB 2313, SB 6161
Administrators, professional learning days for, provision of: SB 5959
After- and before-school programs, students in school buildings for, adopting standards: HB 1852, SHB 1852, HB 1968, * ESHB 1968, CH 227 (2013)
Alarms, panic alarm system, implementing: SSB 5197
Alarms, silent, to be located in school administrative offices: HB 1811, SB 5197
Alternative learning experience courses, modifying provisions: HB 1431, SB 5794, SSB 5794, 2SSB 5794, * ESSB 5946, CH 18 (2013) PV, SB 6121, SSB 6121, 2SSB 6121
Apple a day act of 2014, competitive equipment assistance grant program to enhance student nutrition: HB 2410, SHB 2410
Arts education, including the arts in expanded STEM education to create STEAM: SB 5909
Artworks for school plant facilities, allocating funds for instructional equipment and technology: HB 1054, SB 5581
Artworks for school plant facilities, suspending expenditure of construction funds for art: SB 5120
Assault, third degree, to include assault of a school employee: SB 5497
Assessments of learning, common core standards, districts to notify parents or guardians: HB 1293, SHB 1293, SB 5366
Assessments of learning, English language arts in third and fourth grades, adding provisions: SSB 5237
Assessments of learning, English language arts in third grade, adding provisions: HB 1452, SHB 1452, SB 5237, E2SSB 5237, SB 5946, * ESSB 5946, CH 18 (2013) PV
Assessments of learning, high school, college-ready and career-ready assessments, administering: HB 2047
Assessments of learning, high school, meeting English language arts, mathematics, and science requirements: * EHB 1450, CH 22 (2013)
Assessments, student, eliminating nonfederal requirements: HB 1015
Assessments, student, modifying system in multiple ways to reduce costs: HB 2047
Assessments, student, multistate consortia-developed, examining student records privacy issues: HB 2133
Assessments, student, notifying parents and guardians in advance concerning: ESSB 5587
Assessments, student, reducing assessments required for graduation to three content areas: HB 2047
Assessments, student, using multistate consortia-developed assessments of English language arts and mathematics: HB 2047
Assessments, student, using multistate consortia-developed assessments to meet state and federal accountability requirements: SB 5587, ESSB 5587
Associated student body program funds, public internet access to certain information: * 2SSB 6062, CH 211 (2014)
At-risk youth, dropout prevention through farm engagement pilot project: EHB 1276, SHB 1276
Attendance, compulsory, modifying requirements for children age six and seven: HB 1283, SHB 1283
Attendance, teachers, matching attendance data with student, course, and teacher: SB 6153
Back-to-school clothing and school supply items, sales and use tax exemptions: HB 1329, SB 5529
Basic education, appropriations, relationship of legislation to omnibus operating appropriations act: HB 1174
Basic education, prioritizing state funding and certain reforms: HB 1174
Biking and walking, safe routes to school program, funding for: SB 5506
Bilingual education, endorsement for K-12 teachers: SB 6418, SSB 6418
Biliteracy, state seal of, establishing for public high school graduates: HB 2395, SHB 2395, * SB 6424, CH 102 (2014)
Boards, educational service district boards, filling vacancy in certain districts with at-large appointment, conditions: HB 1691
Boards, local school boards, filling vacancy in certain districts with at-large appointment, conditions: HB 1691
Boards, school district, increased compensation for directors: HB 2200
Bonds, school district, requiring simple majority of voters voting to authorize: HB 2441, HJR 4216, SB 5589, SJR 8208
Breakfast after the bell programs, implementing: HB 2536, ESHB 2536, SB 6444, SSB 6444
Buildings, adopting standards to allow students to be in school buildings for before- and after-school programs: SHB 1852, HB 1968, * ESHB 1968, CH 227 (2013)
Buildings, building code council adoption of rules allowing students to be in school buildings for before- and after-school programs: HB 1852
Bullying, harassment, and intimidation, district primary contacts for policies and procedures, training class for: SB 6439, SSB 6439
Bullying, requiring classroom instruction in cyberbullying: SB 6112
Buses, school bus safety programs, funding with revenues from infractions detected by traffic safety cameras used on buses: SB 5743
Buses, stopping at railroad grade crossings, exceptions: * HB 2137, CH 154 (2014), SB 5979
Buses, traffic safety cameras used on, funding school bus safety programs with revenues from infractions detected by cameras: SB 5743
Campuses, K-12, providing access for occupational and educational information, authority and requirements: HB 1345, * SB 5114, CH 25 (2013)
Capital projects for public schools, funding with appropriations from proceeds of general obligation bonds: SSB 5445
Career and college ready graduation proposal, implementing requirements: HB 1692, SHB 1692, HB 2051, HB 2181, HB 2242, HB 2792, SHB 2792, SB 5837, SB 6337
Career and college ready, developing curricula to foster: HB 2383, SHB 2383, E2SHB 2383
Career and technical education courses, alternative learning experience course allocations for student in: SB 6121, SSB 6121, 2SSB 6121
Career and technical education courses, course equivalencies for science and math courses: HB 2540, SHB 2540, E2SHB 2540, SB 6044, SB 6552, SSB 6552, * E2SSB 6552, CH 217 (2014) PV
Career and technical education courses, embedding common core state standards and next generation science standards into: SHB 2383, E2SHB 2383
Career and technical education courses, embedding common core state standards into: HB 2383
Career and technical education courses, model framework and curriculum and program of study for, convening work group: HB 1680, SHB 1680, 2SHB 1680, 3SHB 1680, SB 6529
Career and technical education programs, aligning with community and technical college high-demand applied baccalaureate programs: SB 5624, SSB 5624, * 2SSB 5624, CH 55 (2013)
Career and technical education, dropout reengagement in STEM fields through establishment of ASSET program: SB 5754, SSB 5754
Career and technical education, grants for aligning dropout reengagement with entry into high-demand occupations: HB 1871, SB 5754
Career and technical education, increasing learning opportunities in STEM disciplines through STEM education innovation alliance: HB 1872, SHB 1872, * E2SHB 1872, CH 25 (2013), SB 5755, SSB 5755
Career education, legislative task force on career education opportunities, establishment: HB 2051
Career guidance and exploration tools, online, providing information to students and parents or guardians concerning: SHB 1650
Catholic schools week, celebrating: * HR 4641 (2013), * SR 8639 (2013)
Challenged and lowest-achieving schools, superintendent of public instruction to identify: HB 1177, SHB 1177, SB 6056
Challenged schools, changing date for identifying: * HB 2167, CH 191 (2014) PV
Charbonneau, Jeff, 2013 national teacher of the year, honoring: * HR 4652 (2013), * SR 8660 (2013)
Charter schools, CEOs of, authority to file complaints of unprofessional or other conduct against certificated employees: HB 2583
Charter schools, four-level evaluation systems for teachers and principals: SB 6106
Charter schools, including nonprofit education service providers contracted with, business and occupation tax exemptions: SB 5863
Chiawana High School, football team, honoring: * HR 4666 (2014)
Child welfare services, youth in out-of-home care, improving educational outcomes: HB 1566, SHB 1566, * 2SHB 1566, CH 182 (2013)
Chinese and Spanish language instruction pilot program, creation: SB 5885, SB 6373
Civic educators and civic education, honoring: * SR 8619 (2013)
Civic educators, honoring: * HR 4612 (2013), * HR 4678 (2014)
Civil liberties public education program, renaming: * HB 2776, CH 46 (2014)
Civil liberties public education program, suspending various program requirements: SB 5753
Class size reduction, all-day kindergarten and K-3, grant program to increase physical capacity for: EHB 2797
Class size, K-1, continuing reductions with allocation modifications: SB 6563
Class size, K-3, allocation of state funding to support reduction: HB 2792, SHB 2792
Class size, K-3, creating roadmap for linear reduction: SB 6108
Class size, lowering, allocation of state funding to support: HB 2589, SB 6438
Cleveland High School women's basketball team, congratulating: * HR 4632 (2013)
Clothing and supplies for students, sales and use tax holiday: HB 1329, SB 5529
Collaborative schools for innovation and success pilot project, participation in by certain required action districts: SB 5649
Collective bargaining, agreements and data elements, internet portal for public access: SB 6062, SSB 6062
Collective bargaining, agreements, public internet access: * 2SSB 6062, CH 211 (2014)
Collective bargaining, certificated instructional staff, including displaced and nonprovisional, assignment policies: HB 1640, SB 5242, ESSB 5242, SB 5945
College credit, dual high school/college credit courses as part of academic acceleration policy: HB 1642, SHB 1642, * 2SHB 1642, CH 184 (2013), SB 5243, SSB 5243, E2SSB 5243
College credit, dual high school/college credit courses, analysis of: HB 2383, SHB 2383, E2SHB 2383
College credit, dual high school/college credit courses, reviewing higher education institution policies: HB 2285
College credit, dual high school/college credit courses, superintendent of public instruction reporting, due date: SB 6056
College in the high school program, authorizing earlier participation: HB 2621
Colton High School Wildcats girls basketball team, recognizing: * HR 4633 (2013)
Community service, adding to high school graduation requirements: HB 1412
Community service, districts to adopt policy supporting student participation: * ESHB 1412, CH 176 (2013)
Computer science education, expanding role of advanced placement computer science courses: * SHB 1472, CH 241 (2013)
Computer science education, supporting through multiple approaches: HB 1472
Construction and maintenance, public districts or charter schools, sales and use tax exemptions in connection with certain items purchased with debt proceeds: SB 5994
Construction assistance program for schools, funding STEM and all-day kindergarten facilities grant programs from: ESSB 6081
Construction, architectural plans to be public property, conditions: HB 2132
Construction, education construction revenue bond proceeds account, creating to accommodate class size reduction: EHB 2797
Construction, funds for, restoring to capital budget: HB 2244, SHB 2244, SB 6546
Construction, grant programs for STEM, all-day kindergarten, and K-3 class size, use of bond proceeds: SSB 6483
Construction, joint task force on public school construction funding, establishing: SSB 6451
Construction, modifying provisions governing use of funds from common school construction fund and education construction fund: SB 5895
Construction, prevailing wage exemption for plant facilities funded through school construction assistance program: HB 1255
Construction, sales and use tax exemptions for school districts: HB 2270
Construction, school construction assistance program, making capital budget appropriations for program first priority for state's general obligation bond capacity: SB 5895
Construction, school construction assistance program, minimum construction cost allowance and student space allocations: HB 2780, SB 6451
Construction, school construction assistance program, minimum state funding assistance percentage, raising: HB 1505, SB 5642
Construction, school district requests for supplemental capital budget appropriations for school construction: SB 5895
Cultural access, creating public school cultural access program: HB 2212, SB 6151
Cyberbullying, classroom instruction regarding: SB 6112
Cyberbullying, training class for district primary policy and procedure contacts: SSB 6439
Day, how districts use school days, analysis of: SB 6064, SSB 6064
Day, modifying definition of "school day": SB 5588
Day, use by school districts, analysis to be conducted of: SSB 5588
Decatur High School, honoring Dom Cooks: * HR 4691 (2014)
Defibrillators, medical emergency response and automated external defibrillator program, instituting: HB 1556, * SHB 1556, CH 181 (2013), SB 5232, SB 5428
Detention facilities for juveniles, educational programs for residents, operation by educational service districts: * HB 2276, CH 157 (2014)
Digital college in the high school, establishment as pilot project: HB 1208
Diplomas, applied, instituting as alternative to standard diplomas, requirements for earning: SB 5477
Disabilities, children from birth to age three with, department to be lead agency for early intervention services: HB 2598
Disabilities, students with physical or mental disabilities, participation in extracurricular activities: SB 5172
Discipline task force, convening: HB 1680, SHB 1680, 2SHB 1680, SB 5946, * ESSB 5946, CH 18 (2013) PV, SB 6529
District board of directors, certain districts, increased compensation for directors: HB 2200
District board of directors, second-class districts, appointment of candidate to board: HB 1077
Districts, accountability framework, developing Washington achievement index for schools and districts: * E2SSB 5329, CH 159 (2013)
Districts, adopting plan for recognition, screening, and response to emotional or behavioral distress in students: HB 1336, * ESHB 1336, CH 197 (2013), SB 5365, SSB 5365
Districts, allocations to districts for cost-of-living increases: SB 6574
Districts, associated student body program funds, public internet access to certain information: * 2SSB 6062, CH 211 (2014)
Districts, bonds, requiring simple majority of voters voting to authorize: HB 2441, HJR 4216, SB 5589, SJR 8208
Districts, community service by students, adoption of policy supporting: * ESHB 1412, CH 176 (2013)
Districts, compliance reports, submission to legislative education committees: SB 6241
Districts, employees' insurance benefits, providing data to health care authority: SB 6519
Districts, enrollments, caseload forecast council to estimate for certificated instructional staff budgeting and hiring purposes: EHB 1900
Districts, establishing state superintendent school district: SB 5329
Districts, establishing statewide renewal school district for most persistently lowest achieving schools: HB 1641
Districts, failing to close opportunity gaps, identification and staff assignment policies: ESSB 5242
Districts, fiscal and performance audits by state auditor: SB 5501
Districts, grading of, establishing performance-based system for schools and districts: HB 1476
Districts, improvement and repair projects, modifying bidding requirements: HB 1633, * ESHB 1633, CH 223 (2013), SB 5724, SSB 5724
Districts, innovation grants, awarding to districts implementing effective educator and school leadership compensation systems: SB 5901, SSB 5901
Districts, learning assistance funds use plan, modifying content requirements: SB 5501
Districts, legal notices, publication on public web site: HB 2319
Districts, locally funded salary enhancements for nonbasic education functions, limiting: SB 5852
Districts, major facility projects receiving state capital budget funding, requirements to be contingent on funding: SB 5753, ESSB 5753, SB 5901, SSB 5901
Districts, minimum instructional offering, district progress in implementing: SB 6082
Districts, notifying parents of child's injury on school property, adopting policy and procedures for: SB 6332
Districts, notifying parents or guardians of assessments of common core standards: HB 1293, SHB 1293, SB 5366
Districts, primary contacts for bullying and intimidation policies and procedures, training class for: SB 6439, SSB 6439
Districts, required action districts, districts with a lowest-achieving school to be designated as, requirements and options: SSB 5329, * E2SSB 5329, CH 159 (2013)
Districts, required action districts, using collaborative schools process in certain cases: SB 5649
Districts, revising truancy provisions to provide flexibility for districts: HB 1477, SHB 1477
Districts, rural, public works and public building service maintenance contracts prevailing wage exemption: SB 5508, SSB 5508
Districts, school year requirements, waivers from in certain cases: HB 1492, SHB 1492, SB 6242, * ESSB 6242, CH 171 (2014)
Districts, superintendents and directors, professional development program: SB 5946
Districts, transfer of territory, hearings and agreements when initiated by board of directors: HB 2291
Districts, universal declaration of human rights, implementing program to educate students concerning: SB 5557
Districts, urban school turnaround initiative grant, expenditure limitations for appropriations: HB 1812, * SHB 1812, CH 147 (2013)
Districts, use of school days, analysis of: SB 6064, SSB 6064
Districts, waivers from state requirements, local board authority: HB 1475
Dropout prevention, intervention, and reengagement activities, expanding role of educational service districts: HB 2158, SHB 2158
Dropout reduction, establishing dropout prevention through farm engagement pilot project: EHB 1276, SHB 1276
Dropout reduction, K-12 dropout prevention, intervention, and reengagement system, enhancing: HB 1424, SHB 1424, 2SHB 1424, 3SHB 1424
Dropout reduction, promoting through multiple research-based intervention strategies: SB 5330, SSB 5330, E2SSB 5330
Dropout reengagement, grants for aligning with entry into high-demand occupations: HB 1871, SB 5754
Dropout reengagement, particularly in STEM fields, establishment of ASSET program to promote: SB 5754, SSB 5754
Education accountability system oversight committee, establishment: * E2SSB 5329, CH 159 (2013)
Education data, disaggregation to include students from military families, superintendent role: HB 2166, SHB 2166, 2SHB 2166
Education data, longitudinal, pilot project for managing and using, role of school districts: SSB 5330, E2SSB 5330
Education investment tax credit program, establishing: HB 2063
Educational attainment goals, statewide, encouraging development and adoption: HCR 4416
Educational attainment goals, statewide, indicating: HB 2626, * ESHB 2626, CH 209 (2014) PV
Educational opportunity gap oversight and accountability committee, implementing recommendations of: HB 1680, SHB 1680, 2SHB 1680, 3SHB 1680, SB 6529
Educational opportunity gap oversight and accountability committee, role in developing model language access policy and procedure: HB 1815, SHB 1815, 2SHB 1815
Educational service districts, board appointment of candidate to school district board of directors: HB 1077
Educational service districts, expanding role in dropout prevention, intervention, and reengagement activities: HB 2158, SHB 2158
Educational system health, statewide indicators of, establishment as basis for performance goals and measurements: SB 5491, * ESSB 5491, CH 282 (2013)
Educational system health, statewide indicators of, modifying provisions: HB 2242, SB 6337
Educator support program, establishment: SB 5946, * ESSB 5946, CH 18 (2013) PV
Emergencies, school district employees rendering emergency care, immunity from liability in certain cases: * SB 6128, CH 204 (2014) PV
Emergency response systems for schools, designing: * 2SSB 5197, CH 233 (2013)
Employees, academic, petitioning for election to change or reject exclusive bargaining representative: SB 6244
Employees, allocations to districts for cost-of-living increases: SB 6574
Employees, assault in the third degree to include assault of: SB 5497
Employees, certain annual training for, optional shifting from every year to every fourth year: SB 5753
Employees, certificated educational, appeal of nonrenewal of contract: SB 6245, SSB 6245
Employees, certificated instructional staff and principals, creating joint select committee on educator compensation: SB 5901, SSB 5901
Employees, certificated instructional staff budgeting and hiring, caseload forecast council to aid districts by estimating enrollments: EHB 1900
Employees, certificated instructional staff teaching high market demand subjects, salary bonus: SB 5278
Employees, certificated instructional staff, aligning compensation with staff development and certification: SB 5330
Employees, certificated instructional staff, including displaced and nonprovisional, assignment policies: HB 1640, SB 5242, ESSB 5242, SB 5945
Employees, certificated instructional staff, ongoing suspension of cost-of-living increases: * HB 2043, CH 5 (2013), SB 5194
Employees, certificated instructional staff, professional learning days for: SB 5959
Employees, certificated instructional staff, restoring suspended cost-of-living increases: HB 2422, HB 2609, SB 6235, SB 6530
Employees, certificated instructional staff, revised statewide salary allocation schedule: SB 6574
Employees, certificated personnel, salary schedule credits for military training: HB 2431
Employees, certificated, authority of charter school CEOs to file complaints of unprofessional and other conduct against: HB 2583
Employees, certificated, nonrenewal of contract or transfer, modifying deadline for notices of: SB 6266
Employees, certificated, nonrenewal of contract, modifying deadline for notices of: HB 2017
Employees, certificated, notification of probable cause for discharge, deposit of compensation in trust account pending outcome: HB 1851
Employees, certificated, when charged with certain felony crimes, adding compulsory administrative leave and compensation trust account provisions: HB 1850
Employees, classified and certificated administrative staff, increasing minimum standard salary allocation for: HB 2051, HB 2792, SHB 2792, SB 6574
Employees, classified, establishing minimum wage for: HB 2608, SB 6531
Employees, insurance benefits, districts to provide data to health care authority: SB 6519
Employees, K-12 state salary allocations, comparative labor market analysis of: SB 6574
Employees, ongoing suspension of cost-of-living increases: * HB 2043, CH 5 (2013), SB 5194
Employees, performance incentive program, creating Washington school recognition program: SB 5328
Employees, restoring suspended cost-of-living increases: HB 2422, HB 2609, SB 6235, SB 6530
Employees, sexual abuse and exploitation prevention training program, development and implementation: HB 1869, SB 5563, * ESSB 5563, CH 10 (2013)
Employees, unsupervised access to children, use of department of early learning background check clearance card: HB 2350, * SB 6093, CH 50 (2014)
English language arts instructional coach program, authorizing for each educational service district: SB 5573
English language arts, high school assessment, using assessment developed with multistate consortium: * EHB 1450, CH 22 (2013)
English language arts, measuring at persistently lowest-achieving schools: SHB 1177
English language arts, third and fourth grade assessments, adding provisions: SSB 5237
English language arts, third grade assessment, adding provisions: HB 1452, SHB 1452, SB 5237, E2SSB 5237, SB 5946, * ESSB 5946, CH 18 (2013) PV
English language arts, using multistate consortia-developed assessment of: HB 2047
English language learner accountability task force, convening: HB 1680, SHB 1680, 2SHB 1680, 3SHB 1680, SB 6529
English language learner instruction, research-based professional development for teachers: SB 5330, SSB 5330, E2SSB 5330
English language learner, endorsement for K-12 teachers: SB 6418, SSB 6418
English language learners, implementing recommendations of educational opportunity gap oversight and accountability committee: HB 1680, SHB 1680, 2SHB 1680, 3SHB 1680, SB 6529
EPI pens, in schools, technical correction to law: * SB 6013, CH 34 (2014)
EPI pens, placing in schools: * ESB 5104, CH 268 (2013)
Epinephrine autoinjectors, in schools, technical correction to law: * SB 6013, CH 34 (2014)
Epinephrine autoinjectors, placing in schools: HB 1578, * ESB 5104, CH 268 (2013)
Expanded learning opportunities council, establishment: SSB 6163, * 2SSB 6163, CH 219 (2014)
Expanded learning, expanding learning opportunities council, establishment: SB 6209
Expanded learning, summer expanded learning opportunities grant program, establishment: HB 2317, SHB 2317, SB 6336
Expulsion or suspension, data concerning, collection and examination: SSB 5244, E2SSB 5244, SB 5245, SB 5301, SB 5901, SSB 5901, SB 5946, * ESSB 5946, CH 18 (2013) PV
Expulsion or suspension, discretionary disciplinary action, requirements: HB 1680, SHB 1680, 2SHB 1680, 3SHB 1680, SB 6529
Expulsion or suspension, long-term, school duties and student reentry requirements: SB 5155, SSB 5244, E2SSB 5244, SB 5301, SB 5901, SSB 5901, SB 5946, * ESSB 5946, CH 18 (2013) PV
Expulsion or suspension, out-of-school, reducing length of exclusion from school: HB 1680, SHB 1680, 2SHB 1680, 3SHB 1680, SB 5244, SSB 5244, E2SSB 5244, SB 5301, SB 5901, SSB 5901, SB 5946, * ESSB 5946, CH 18 (2013) PV, SB 6529
Extended learning opportunities program, expanding eligibility: HB 1560
Extracurricular activities, interschool, eligibility of tribal students to participate in: HB 2538
Extracurricular school activities, participation of students with physical or mental disabilities: SB 5172
Facilities, grant programs for STEM, all-day kindergarten, and K-3 class size, use of bond proceeds: SSB 6483
Facilities, K-12 capital facilities use, district-community partnerships: HB 2217
Family and community engagement coordinators, use and funding: 3SHB 1424, HB 2217, SB 6574
Family coordinators in schools, funding allocation: SB 5117
Family engagement coordinators, minimum allocation for: HB 1560, ESHB 2034, HB 2051, HB 2792, SHB 2792
Federal Way high school, recognizing student Caleb Dawson as recipient of a Prudential spirit of community award: * HR 4623 (2013)
Financial education public-private partnership, curriculum provisions: HB 1173, SB 5483
Financial education public-private partnership, teachers as members: HB 1173, SB 5483
Fire evacuation drills, increasing annual number: * ESB 5620, CH 14 (2013)
Firearms accident prevention, developing program of instruction for K-12 students: SB 5660
Firearms accident prevention, Eddie Eagle GunSafe program, use of instructional materials from: SB 5660, SJM 8006
Firearms, prohibiting on school premises or transportation, expanding exemptions: HB 1908
Firearms, safer schools act of 2013, authorizing permanent employees to possess firearms on school grounds in some cases: HB 1788
Flexibility for education system, modifying or repealing various provisions to provide: SB 5753, ESSB 5753, SB 5901, SSB 5901
Foreign language instruction, Spanish and Chinese language instruction pilot program, creation: SB 5885, SB 6373
Foreign language interpreters, K-12 public schools: HB 1709, SHB 1709, * 2SHB 1709, CH 150 (2014) PV
Freeman High School Scotties, honoring football team: * HR 4671 (2014)
Funding, depositing certain tax revenues in education legacy trust account: * ESHB 2051, CH 9 (2013), HB 2795, SHB 2795, HB 2796, HB 2803, SB 6574
Funding, deposits into education legacy trust account, increasing by narrowing nonresident sales tax preference: EHB 2036
Funding, deposits into education legacy trust account, increasing by narrowing or eliminating certain tax preferences: ESHB 2034, HB 2038, ESHB 2038, HB 2465, HB 2796, SB 6574
Funding, deposits into education legacy trust account, preserving through application of estate and transfer tax to certain property transfers: EHB 1920, HB 2064, SHB 2064, * EHB 2075, CH 2 (2013)
Funding, discontinuing certain offsetting of allocation to certain districts in counties with federal forest lands: * E2SHB 2207, CH 155 (2014) PV
Funding, discontinuing offsetting of allocation to certain districts in counties with federal forest lands: SHB 2207
Funding, discontinuing reduction of allocation to districts in counties with federal forest lands: HB 2207, SHB 2207, SB 5986, SSB 5986
Funding, enhancing allocation formula in order to adopt staffing resources recommended by quality education council: HB 1673, HB 2589, SB 6438
Funding, excise tax on income above one million dollars, for K-4 class size reduction and other uses: HB 1545
Funding, financial assistance for school facilities, use of high rated general obligation bond proceeds: SSB 6483
Funding, increasing dedicated tax revenues: HB 1122, SB 5039
Funding, increasing dedicated tax revenues and modifying state expenditure limit: SB 5895
Funding, joint task force on education funding, implementing first biennium spending plan recommendations of: SB 5573
Funding, joint task force on local education financing reform, creation: SB 6499, ESSB 6499
Funding, joint task force on local education financing reform, establishing: HB 2792, SHB 2792
Funding, kids first act, prioritizing state revenue growth for education: SSB 5881
Funding, levying and imposing fossil fuel carbon pollution tax for: HB 2803
Funding, modifying allocation rates: ESHB 2034, HB 2792, SHB 2792, SB 5901, SB 6574
Funding, modifying allocation rates to support basic education reforms: ESHB 2034, HB 2051, HB 2792, SHB 2792, SB 6574
Funding, modifying allocation rates, maximum levy percentages, and local effort assistance provisions to increase education funding: SB 5898, SSB 5898
Funding, modifying state expenditure limit to limit non-education expenditures: SB 5895, 2ESSB 5895
Funding, modifying state expenditure limit to reflect prototypical school funding formula enhancements: HB 2794
Funding, nonbasic education functions, locally funded salary enhancements for: SB 6574
Funding, preserving through application of estate and transfer tax to certain property transfers: SB 5939, SSB 5939
Funding, prototypical school allocation model, implementing quality education council's recommendations regarding full funding values for: SB 5570
Funding, sales tax revenues from remote sellers, deposit in education legacy trust account: SB 6571
Funding, to promote measurable educational progress, implementing capital gains tax and extending certain other taxes to provide funds: SB 5738
General equivalency degrees and general educational development tests, replacing with high school equivalency certificates and tests: HB 1686, * SHB 1686, CH 39 (2013), SB 5646
GET ready for math and science scholarship program, modifying student assessment provision: HB 2047
Gifted education day and week, recognizing: * SR 8622 (2013)
Gifted education day, celebrating: * HR 4640 (2013)
Grade point averages, weighted, for standardized high school transcripts: HB 2697
Grading of schools and districts, performance-based, establishing: HB 1476, SB 5328, ESSB 5328, SB 5901, SSB 5901
Grading of schools and districts, performance-based, establishing pilot program: ESSB 5328, SB 5901, SSB 5901
Graduation coaches, providing to high schools in certain cases: SHB 1424, 2SHB 1424, 3SHB 1424
Graduation requirements, career and college ready graduation proposal, implementing requirements: HB 1692, SHB 1692, HB 2051, HB 2181, HB 2242, SB 5837, SB 6337, SSB 6552, * E2SSB 6552, CH 217 (2014) PV
Graduation requirements, career and technical education: HB 1650, SHB 1650, SB 5818
Graduation requirements, completion of twenty-four credits for graduation: HB 2051, HB 2792, SHB 2792, SB 6092, SB 6574
Graduation requirements, credit and course distribution requirements, modifying: HB 1656
Graduation requirements, culminating project, exemption in certain cases: SB 5501
Graduation requirements, culminating project, removing as requirement: HB 2402, * E2SSB 6552, CH 217 (2014) PV
Graduation requirements, high school and beyond plan standard template, developing: HB 1650, SHB 1650, SB 5818
Graduation requirements, high school, using English language arts and mathematics assessments developed with multistate consortium: * EHB 1450, CH 22 (2013)
Graduation requirements, increasing number of required science credits: SHB 1872
Graduation requirements, requiring cardiopulmonary resuscitation instruction: HB 1556, * SHB 1556, CH 181 (2013), SB 5428
Graduation requirements, requiring community service: HB 1412
Graduation requirements, student selection of courses based on interests and plans: HB 1656
Graduation requirements, twenty-four credits, implementing based on career and college framework: SB 6552
Graduation requirements, twenty-four credits, implementing career and college ready graduation requirement proposal: SSB 6552, * E2SSB 6552, CH 217 (2014) PV
Greene, Trevor, 2013 national high school principal of the year, honoring: * HR 4654 (2013)
Guidance counselors, minimum allocation for: HB 2051, HB 2792, SHB 2792, SB 6574
Harassment, intimidation, and bullying, district primary contacts for policies and procedures, training class for: SB 6439, SSB 6439
Harassment, intimidation, and bullying, modifying definition to include emotional harm: SB 6439, SSB 6439
Healthiest next generation, governor's council for, establishment and duties: SHB 2643, 2SHB 2643
Healthiest next generation, governor's council for, establishment and duties, including incentives for children in schools: HB 2643, SB 6383
Heating schools, densified biomass wood fuel, pilot project for heating schools with: SB 5709, * ESSB 5709, CH 308 (2013)
High school and beyond plan, improving value for career and college pathways: HB 2383, SHB 2383, E2SHB 2383
High school and beyond plan, standard template for, office of superintendent to develop: HB 1650, SHB 1650, SB 5818
High school equivalency certificates and tests, replacing general equivalency degrees and general educational development tests with: HB 1686, * SHB 1686, CH 39 (2013), SB 5646
High school transition services, for special education students, provision of: SHB 1735, SB 5958, SSB 5958, * 2SSB 5958, CH 47 (2014)
High school transition services, for students with disabilities or section 504 plan, provision of: HB 1735, SB 5671, SB 5706, SSB 5706
High school transition services, for students with disabilities, provision of: E2SSB 5330
High schools, implementing comprehensive guidance and planning program for all students: HB 1650, SHB 1650, SB 5818
Highly capable students program, modifying provisions: HB 1560
History and government curriculum, Washington state, to include local history: HB 2216
Holidays, two unpaid for students, including specific days for reason of faith or conscience: HB 1744, SB 5173
Holidays, two unpaid for students, to include faith or conscience: * SSB 5173, CH 168 (2014)
Homeless children, pilot program to link homeless families with stable housing in student's school district: HB 2763, SB 6365
Immunization, meningococcal disease, providing online access to required information concerning: SB 5753
Improvement and repair projects, modifying school district bidding requirements: HB 1633, * ESHB 1633, CH 223 (2013), SB 5724, SSB 5724
Indian tribes, eligibility of tribal students to participate in interschool extracurricular activities: HB 2538
Indian tribes, state-tribal education compact schools, authorization and operation: HB 1134, SHB 1134, * E2SHB 1134, CH 242 (2013)
Indian tribes, state-tribal education compact schools, state transportation funds allocation distribution formula: HB 2715, SB 6340
Indicators of educational system health, statewide, establishment as basis for performance goals and measurements: SB 5491, * ESSB 5491, CH 282 (2013)
Indicators of educational system health, statewide, modifying provisions: HB 2242, SB 6337
Injuries on school grounds, notifying parents of child's injury, districts to adopt policy and procedures for: SB 6332
Injuries on school grounds, state school directors association to convene advisory group: SB 6332
Innovation academy cooperatives, student enrollment restrictions: HB 1076, * SHB 1076, CH 192 (2013), SB 5790
Innovation grants for schools, awarding to districts for implementing effective educator and school leadership compensation systems: SB 5901, SSB 5901
Instructional assistants, professional development days for, additional: HB 2313, SB 6161
Instructional hours, annual, modifying various provisions to emphasize that waivers shall not be granted: SB 5852
Instructional hours, certain noninstructional hours to count toward: HB 2548, HB 2792, SHB 2792, SB 6320, SB 6552, SSB 6552, * E2SSB 6552, CH 217 (2014) PV, SB 6574
Instructional hours, delaying increase and providing flexibility for implementation: SB 6552, SSB 6552, * E2SSB 6552, CH 217 (2014) PV
Instructional hours, delaying increase in: SB 6189
Instructional hours, grades seven through twelve, removing increased funding from appropriations: SB 6552
Instructional hours, increasing for learning assistance program students: SB 6563
Instructional hours, increasing to support completion of twenty-four credits for graduation: ESHB 2034, HB 2051, SB 6574
Instructional hours, K-12, to include teacher collaboration time: SB 6082
Instructional materials, school, tax exemption for sales of: HB 2640, SB 6486
Instructional time, K-12, limiting late start and early release of students to preserve: SB 5982
Interactive gaming in schools public-private partnership, establishment: SB 6104, SSB 6104
Interpreters, educational, assessments and performance standards: HB 1144, * SHB 1144, CH 151 (2013)
Investments in education, systematic reviews and reporting by institute for public policy: SB 6555
K-12 data governance group, examining expulsion and suspension data: SSB 5244, E2SSB 5244, SB 5245, SB 5301, SB 5901, SSB 5901
K-3 class size reduction, grant program for facilities, establishing: SSB 6483
K-3 class size reduction, grant program to provide increased physical capacity for: EHB 2797
K-3 class size reduction, modifying allocations to support: HB 2051
K-4 class size reduction, funding through excise tax on income above one million dollars: HB 1545
Kidnapping offenders, registered, notice to school district when offender will be attending, modifying requirements: SB 5094
Kidnapping or sex offenders, registered, modifying provisions concerning schools: SB 5735, ESSB 5735
Kids first act, prioritizing state revenue growth for education: SSB 5881
Kindergarten, all-day kindergarten facility grant program, creating: ESSB 6081, SB 6483, SSB 6483
Kindergarten, funding support, implementation of capital gains tax to provide: SB 5738
Kindergarten, state-funded full-day, funding enhancements for: SB 6574
Kindergarten, state-funded full-day, grant program to provide increased physical capacity for class size reduction: EHB 2797
Kindergarten, state-funded full-day, increasing allocation of funds for: HB 2792, SHB 2792
Kindergarten, state-funded full-day, increasing proportion of full-time equivalent students in: HB 2051
Kindergarten, state-funded full-day, to include program for entering students needing additional support: SB 5330, SSB 5330, E2SSB 5330
Kindergarten, state-funded full-day, using up to five days for parent-teacher meetings: HB 1369
Kindergarten, state-funded full-day, using up to three days for parent-teacher meetings: * 2SHB 1723, CH 323 (2013) PV
Kitchen equipment and infrastructure, improving through competitive equipment assistance grant program: HB 2410, SHB 2410
Kline, Brent, Mariner High School principal, recognizing: * HR 4639 (2013)
Language access for culturally and linguistically diverse parents, providing through development of model language access policy and procedure: HB 1815, SHB 1815, 2SHB 1815
Learning assistance program, allocation for, use by districts: HB 2242, SB 6337
Learning assistance program, district discretion when prioritizing various remediation efforts: SB 6107
Learning assistance program, evidence-based, modifying requirements for: SB 5946, * ESSB 5946, CH 18 (2013) PV
Learning assistance program, focusing on K-3 reading needs: E2SSB 5237
Learning assistance program, increasing instructional hours for: SB 6563
Learning assistance program, menus of best practices for struggling students, panel of experts to develop: SB 5946, * ESSB 5946, CH 18 (2013) PV
Learning assistance program, minimum allocation for: HB 2051
Learning assistance program, to include science: HB 1560
Learning improvement days, funding for, to be specified in omnibus appropriations act: HB 2284
Levies, for schools, including in district levy base those funds allocated to school in a state-tribal education compact district: * E2SHB 1134, CH 242 (2013)
Levies, for schools, modifying maximum levy percentages to increase education funding: SB 5898, SSB 5898
Levies, for schools, providing for simple majority to approve: HB 2441, HJR 4216
Levies, voter-approved for school construction, architectural plans to be public property: HB 2132
Levy reduction funds, certain increased salary allocations to be considered as: SB 6574
Libraries, school library information and technology programs: HB 2560, SB 6105, SSB 6105
License plate, support public schools special license plate, creating: SB 5440
Lind-Ritzville-Sprague High School, football program, congratulating: * SR 8718 (2014)
Local effort assistance, modifying provisions to increase education funding: SB 5898, SSB 5898
Lockdowns, increasing annual number of drills: * ESB 5620, CH 14 (2013)
Mariner High School, recognizing principal Brent Kline: * HR 4639 (2013)
Mark Morris High School, girls bowling and basketball teams, honoring: * SR 8640 (2013)
Math, certificated instructional staff who teach, salary bonus: SB 5278
Mathematics, high school assessment, using assessment developed with multistate consortium: * EHB 1450, CH 22 (2013)
Mathematics, using multistate consortia-developed assessment of mathematics: HB 2047
Medications, student, administration by unlicensed school employees: HB 2366, * SB 6128, CH 204 (2014) PV
Mental health first aid, training for teachers and educational staff: * ESHB 1336, CH 197 (2013), SB 5333, SSB 5333
Mentoring and service learning, statewide public-private higher education consortium to increase K-12 and college opportunities: HB 2400, SHB 2400
Military, access to K-12 campuses for occupational and educational information, authority and requirements: HB 1345, * SB 5114, CH 25 (2013)
Minimum instructional offering, school district progress in implementing: SB 6082
Montesano High School, honoring football team: * HR 4607 (2013), * SR 8608 (2013)
Music does matter program, allocation of grants for kindergarten music education: HB 1248, SB 5451
Nasal spray, administration by school employees: HB 1541, * SHB 1541, CH 180 (2013)
Neglect or abuse of a child, substantiated, child protective services to notify school district: SB 5822
Neglect or abuse of a child, suspected, school personnel interviewing of child with third party present: SB 5316, * SSB 5316, CH 48 (2013)
Nurses at schools, authority to practice nursing without supervision of person who is not licensed nurse: HB 1664
Occupational and educational information, providing access to K-12 campuses, authority and requirements: HB 1345, * SB 5114, CH 25 (2013)
Occupational education requirement, redesignating as career and technical education requirement: HB 1650, SHB 1650, SB 5818
Online career guidance and exploration tools, providing information to students and parents or guardians concerning: SHB 1650
Online courses, expanding free access through digital college in the high school pilot project: HB 1208
Online higher education transfer and student advising system, establishing: HB 1320, SHB 1320, SB 5544, SSB 5544
Online learning in public schools, modifying various provisions: * ESSB 5946, CH 18 (2013) PV
Online learning, modifying provisions to emphasize instructional interaction with certificated teacher: HB 1431, SB 5794, SSB 5794, 2SSB 5794, * ESSB 5946, CH 18 (2013) PV
Online learning, standardizing: HB 1423, SHB 1423, SB 5667
Online technology use, Washington K-12 online professional development project, establishment: HB 1252, ESHB 1252
Opportunity gap, closing and eliminating, collective bargaining agreements to address: SB 6063
Opportunity gap, closing through multiple research-based intervention strategies: SB 5330
Opportunity internship program, modifying provisions: HB 1560
Out-of-home care, youth residing in group care facility or foster family home, providing schooling support: HB 1566, SHB 1566, * 2SHB 1566, CH 182 (2013)
Overcrowded schools and class size reduction fund, creation: HB 2780
Paraeducators, incorporating cultural competence, multicultural education, and language acquisition principles: HB 1680, SHB 1680, 2SHB 1680, 3SHB 1680, SB 6529
Paraeducators, pipeline for paraeducators conditional scholarship program, requirements : HB 1560
Paraeducators, work group concerning, membership and goals: HB 2365, SHB 2365, SB 6129, * SSB 6129, CH 136 (2014) PV
Parent involvement coordinators, using state funds for: SB 5330, SSB 5330, E2SSB 5330
Parents and families, meeting with teachers at beginning of state-funded full-day kindergarten: HB 1369
Parents or guardians, certain information from school for, providing online access to: SB 5753
Parents, culturally and linguistically diverse, aiding through development of model language access policy and procedure: HB 1815, SHB 1815, 2SHB 1815
Parents, incarcerated, suspending requirements for school support of children of: SB 5753, ESSB 5753
Parking, public high school students, retail sales tax exemption for fees collected by school districts: HB 2118
Peer mentoring, at-risk elementary students, encouraging college attendance: SB 5026
Plant facilities, prevailing wage exemption when funded through school construction assistance program: HB 1255
Principals, certification of, embedding common core standards and next generation science standards into: SHB 2383, E2SHB 2383
Principals, certification of, embedding common core standards into: HB 2383
Principals, compensation, creating joint select committee on educator compensation: SB 5901, SSB 5901
Principals, evaluation system, revising requirements for relevant multiple measures of student growth used in: SSB 5880, SB 5960
Principals, evaluation system, student growth data as factor in measuring teacher performance: SB 5246, ESSB 5246
Principals, evaluation system, student growth data elements from federally mandated assessments, requiring: HB 2800
Principals, evaluation system, student growth data elements to include state-based tools: SB 6055
Principals, evaluation systems training program, to include cultural competence, multicultural education, and English language acquisition principles: HB 1680, SHB 1680, 2SHB 1680, 3SHB 1680, SB 6529
Principals, four-level evaluation system, charter school implementation: SB 6106
Principals, improving effectiveness of, definition of professional learning to include: HB 2358
Principals, secondary, revision of certificate renewals to include career and technical education: HB 1650, SHB 1650, SB 5818
Principals, staffing ratios, adjusting to support teacher evaluation system demands: HB 1067, SB 5038
Principals, Trevor Greene, 2013 national high school principal of the year, honoring: * HR 4654 (2013)
Principals, Washington K-12 online professional development project, establishment: HB 1252, ESHB 1252
Private school advisory committee, examining state approval of private school online programs: HB 1304, * SB 5496, CH 161 (2013)
Private schools, offering online school programs, state approval: HB 1304, * SB 5496, CH 161 (2013)
Private schools, scholarships for attending, establishing education investment tax credit program to support: HB 2063
Professional development, for certain administrators and instructional staff and assistants, adding days for: HB 2313, SB 6161
Professional learning days, for certificated instructional staff and administrators, provision of: SB 5959
Professional learning, creating common definition: HB 2358
Professional learning, creating common definition and retaining professional development coordinators: HB 1560
Prototypical school model, achieving through annual improvements in staffing levels: HB 1673, HB 2589, SB 6438
Psychologists, school, training requirements for, including high school transition services for special education students: SB 5958, SSB 5958
Psychologists, school, training requirements for, including high school transition services for students with disabilities: E2SSB 5330
Public schools, identifying as essential public facilities in comprehensive planning under growth management act: SB 5314
Public works certified payroll records collection pilot project, mandatory participation for certain public school district projects: SB 5823
Rainier Beach High School men's basketball team, congratulating: * HR 4634 (2013)
Readiness to learn program, funding support, implementation of capital gains tax to provide: SB 5738
Reading and early literacy, menu of best practices and strategies for struggling students, panel of experts to develop: SB 5946, * ESSB 5946, CH 18 (2013) PV
Reading and early literacy, providing system of instruction and services through multiple strategies: SB 5946, * ESSB 5946, CH 18 (2013) PV
Reading, assessment and remediation provisions: HB 1452, SHB 1452, SB 5237, SSB 5237, E2SSB 5237
Renewal school district, statewide, establishing for most persistently lowest achieving schools: HB 1641
Report cards, K-4, to include skills and grade level information for reading: SSB 5237, E2SSB 5237, SB 5946, * ESSB 5946, CH 18 (2013) PV
Residential schools, educational programs for residents, operation by educational service districts: * HB 2276, CH 157 (2014)
Retooling to teach mathematics and science conditional scholarship program, renaming as educator retooling conditional scholarship program: SB 6418, SSB 6418
Robotics and engineering competitions, STEM activities and projects involving, grants for: SHB 1872, * E2SHB 1872, CH 25 (2013)
Running start program, increasing enrollment of underrepresented students, establishing partnership pilot project: HB 1526, SHB 1526, E2SHB 1526
Running start program, participation plans and program analysis to increase enrollment: HB 2396
Safe routes to school program, funding with federal transportation funds and highway safety fund moneys: SB 5506
Safety measures for school buildings, construction requirements: HB 1811, SB 5197
Safety measures for school buildings, including panic alarm system, perimeter security control system, and mantraps: SSB 5197
Safety measures for school buildings, including perimeter security control system: * 2SSB 5197, CH 233 (2013)
Safety-related drills, increasing annual number for lockdowns and fire evacuation drills and adding additional safety-related drill: * ESB 5620, CH 14 (2013)
Scholarship organizations, education investment tax credit program for contributions to: HB 2063
Schools, most persistently lowest achieving, establishing statewide renewal school district for: HB 1641
Schools, performance incentive program, creating school recognition program: SB 5901, SSB 5901
Schools, performance incentive program, creating Washington school recognition program: SB 5328
Schools, persistently lowest-achieving, implementing models of family and community engagement, grants for: HB 2553
Schools, reform, implementing locally administered school reform program: SB 5901, SSB 5901
Schools, urban school turnaround initiative, extending to additional districts: HB 2554
Science, certificated instructional staff who teach, salary bonus: SB 5278
Science, high school assessment, legislative intent to transition to new assessment: * EHB 1450, CH 22 (2013)
Science, increasing number of credits required for graduation: SHB 1872
Science, laboratory science courses, increasing allocation in connection with: SHB 2792, * E2SSB 6552, CH 217 (2014) PV, SB 6574
Searching students on school grounds, applying reasonable suspicion standard: HJR 4209, SJR 8203
Searching students on school grounds, warrantless search exception, to include school resource officers and local police school liaison officers: SB 5618, SB 6023, SSB 6023
Security personnel, hiring by districts, preference for veterans: SB 6466, SSB 6466
Sedro-Woolley High School, nursery/landscaping team, congratulating: * SR 8685 (2014)
Sex offenders, registered, felony, specifying distance from a school for residence approval: HB 2557, SB 6252
Sex offenders, registered, notice to school district when offender will be attending, modifying requirements: SB 5094
Sex offenders, registered, release and housing in community, sex offender policy board to review policies: SSB 6252
Sex offenders, registered, requirements for notifications by school district when offender will be attending: SB 5094
Sex or kidnapping offenders, registered, modifying provisions concerning schools: SB 5735, ESSB 5735
Sex trafficking, preventing recruitment of children into, updating educational materials for parents and other community members: HB 1869, SB 5563, * ESSB 5563, CH 10 (2013)
Sexual abuse of a minor, commercial, adding to abuse issues course for teachers seeking certification: * ESSB 5563, CH 10 (2013)
Sexual exploitation of a minor, adding to abuse issues course for teachers seeking certification: * ESSB 5563, CH 10 (2013)
Sexual harassment, modifying employee training and policy posting requirements: SB 5753
Sexual health education, providing information concerning sexual abuse and violence prevention: SB 6376
Sexual health education, sexual offense with minor victim legal elements and conviction consequences information requirement: HB 1397, * SHB 1397, CH 85 (2013)
Sexual misconduct or physical abuse, by school employee, reporting requirements for other school employees when aware that student is likely a victim: * ESSB 5563, CH 10 (2013)
Siting of schools, outside urban growth areas, criteria in context of county comprehensive planning: HB 1848, HB 2499, SB 6221
Spanish and Chinese language instruction pilot program, creation: SB 5885, SB 6373
Special education, certificated instructional staff who teach, salary bonus: SB 5278
Special education, endorsement for K-12 teachers: SB 6418, SSB 6418
Special education, for students with disabilities, funding for: HB 2051
Special education, high school transition services for special education students: * 2SSB 5958, CH 47 (2014)
Special education, training requirements for teachers of, including high school transition services for special education students: SB 5958, SSB 5958
Special education, training requirements for teachers of, including high school transition services for students with disabilities: E2SSB 5330
Speed zone near schools, installation and maintenance of sign indicating end of: HB 1698, SHB 1698
Staffing resources, recommended by quality education council, enabling adoption by enhancing basic education allocation formula: HB 1673, HB 2589, SB 6438
State essential academic learning requirements, revisions, conducting fairness and bias review of: HB 1560
State superintendent school district, establishing: SB 5329
STEM AP master teacher pilot program, office of superintendent of public instruction to create, requirements: SB 5852
STEM courses, career and technical education course equivalencies for science and math courses: HB 2540, SHB 2540, E2SHB 2540, SB 6044, SB 6552, * E2SSB 6552, CH 217 (2014) PV
STEM education innovation alliance, establishment to include interdisciplinary instruction and project-based learning: HB 1872, SHB 1872, * E2SHB 1872, CH 25 (2013), SB 5755, SSB 5755
STEM education, expanding to include the arts (STEAM): SB 5909
STEM facilities, specialized STEM facility grant program, establishment: SB 6081, ESSB 6081, SSB 6483
STEM fields, work-integrated learning opportunities in, increasing connections and access to: HB 1871, SB 5754
STEM literacy, learning opportunities and educational outcomes in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics: HB 1872, SHB 1872, * E2SHB 1872, CH 25 (2013), SB 5755, SSB 5755
STEM programs, aligning with community and technical college high-demand applied baccalaureate programs: SB 5624, SSB 5624, * 2SSB 5624, CH 55 (2013)
STEM team-based student activities and projects involving robotics and engineering competitions, grants for: SHB 1872, * E2SHB 1872, CH 25 (2013)
Student achievement and outcomes, improving through multiple research-based intervention strategies: SB 5330, SSB 5330, E2SSB 5330
Student learning plans, removing requirement for certain eighth grade students: SB 5753, ESSB 5753, SB 5901
Student success, analyzing data on effect of family factors on: HB 2739, * SHB 2739, CH 196 (2014)
Students, achievement and educational outcomes, strengthening through multiple strategies: SB 5946, * ESSB 5946, CH 18 (2013) PV
Students, educational records, maintaining privacy: HB 2133
Students, enrollment enumeration data, limiting use and retention and exempting from public inspection and copying: * HB 2515, CH 14 (2014), SB 6006
Students, enrollments, caseload forecast council to estimate for certificated instructional staff budgeting and hiring purposes: EHB 1900
Students, from military families, data collection and analysis requirements: SHB 2166, 2SHB 2166
Students, from military families, education data disaggregation to include: HB 2166, SHB 2166, 2SHB 2166
Students, high school, academic acceleration with dual high school/college credit courses, adopting policy: HB 1642, SHB 1642, * 2SHB 1642, CH 184 (2013), SB 5243, SSB 5243, E2SSB 5243
Students, homeless, strategies for improving educational outcomes for: HB 2373, SHB 2373, HB 2763, SB 6074, * SSB 6074, CH 212 (2014), SB 6365
Students, information concerning programs for college credit, delaying required providing of: SB 5753, ESSB 5753, SB 5901
Students, late start or early release of, limiting preserve K-12 instructional time: SB 5982
Students, low-income, housing trust fund projects to aid: HB 2462, SB 6338
Students, low-income, opportunity internship program: HB 1560
Students, low-income, partnership pilot project for increasing enrollment in running start program: HB 1526, SHB 1526, E2SHB 1526
Students, low-income, program to increase college applications from high-achieving low-income students: HB 2694, SHB 2694, 2SHB 2694
Students, low-income, running start participation plans and program analysis to increase enrollment: HB 2396
Students, nasal spray, administration by school employees: HB 1541, * SHB 1541, CH 180 (2013)
Students, nutrition, competitive equipment assistance grant program to enhance: HB 2410, SHB 2410
Students, of color, partnership pilot project for increasing enrollment in running start program: HB 1526, SHB 1526, E2SHB 1526
Students, of color, running start participation plans and program analysis to increase enrollment: HB 2396
Students, public high schools, retail sales tax exemption for parking fees collected by school districts: HB 2118
Students, receiving two unpaid holidays, including specific days for reason of faith or conscience: HB 1744, SB 5173
Students, restraint or isolation of, availability of district policy and notification procedures on web site: HB 2605, SHB 2605
Students, restraint or isolation of, reporting process for incidents of: HB 1688, * ESHB 1688, CH 202 (2013), SB 5569
Students, searching on school grounds, applying reasonable suspicion standard: HJR 4209, SJR 8203
Students, searching on school grounds, warrantless search exception, to include school resource officers and local police school liaison officers: SB 5618, SB 6023, SSB 6023
Students, struggling, contracting with nonprofit community-based organization for evidence-based support services: SB 6535
Students, two unpaid holidays, to include faith or conscience: * SSB 5173, CH 168 (2014)
Students, with individualized education program or section 504 plan, incident reporting process when restrained or isolated, office of superintendent role: * ESHB 1688, CH 202 (2013)
Suicide, youth screening and referral training for school nurses, social workers, and counselors : HB 1336, SB 5365
Suicide, youth screening and referral training for school nurses, social workers, counselors, and school psychologists: * ESHB 1336, CH 197 (2013), SSB 5365
Suicide, youth, assistance for schools in implementing youth suicide prevention activities: SB 6431, * SSB 6431, CH 103 (2014)
Summer knowledge improvement pilot program, creating: SB 6163, SSB 6163, * 2SSB 6163, CH 219 (2014)
Superintendents and directors of districts, professional development program: SB 5946
Supplies and clothing for students, sales and use tax holiday: HB 1329, SB 5529
Supplies and materials, fully funding: SB 6574
Suspension or expulsion, data concerning, collection and examination: SSB 5244,