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Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction budget survey released

The Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) released a survey on May 1, 2018 that asks Washingtonians to determine the importance they place on specific public K-12 education priorities. What they prioritize will help OSPI build their 2019-21 budget requests for the Legislature and Governor this summer.

The Pick Your Priorities in Public K-12 Education page contains information about the survey, a one-minute long video, sample tweets in English and Spanish, a graphic to share in emails and social media, and links to the survey in 10 languages.

The education priorities included in the survey are randomized as each person opens the survey. Results will be analyzed with and without duplicate responses from the same computer IP address. For questions about the survey, please contact Katy Payne at katy.payne@k12.wa.us or at 360-725-6012.

 

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