Washington STEM qhia txog kev txiav txim siab tseem ceeb

Washington STEM yog qhov chaw mus-rau rau Washington cov neeg tsim cai. Peb muab cov lus pom zoo uas tsis yog koom nrog txoj cai, txhawb cov dab neeg ntawm STEM hauv kev nqis tes ua, qhov tseeb saum toj kawg nkaus, thiab kev nkag siab txog qhov ua haujlwm ntawm no hauv Washington. 

Washington STEM qhia txog kev txiav txim siab tseem ceeb

Washington STEM yog qhov chaw mus-rau rau Washington cov neeg tsim cai. Peb muab cov lus pom zoo uas tsis yog koom nrog txoj cai, txhawb cov dab neeg ntawm STEM hauv kev nqis tes ua, qhov tseeb saum toj kawg nkaus, thiab kev nkag siab txog qhov ua haujlwm ntawm no hauv Washington. 

Peb ua hauj lwm nrog cov zej zog thoob plaws hauv lub xeev los tsim peb lub xeev txoj cai txheej txheem los xyuas kom meej lub xeev kev nqis peev thiab cov kev cai tsav cov txiaj ntsig zoo tshaj plaws rau Washington cov tub ntxhais kawm thiab kev lag luam.

Nrog kev txhawb nqa peb cov koom tes hauv cheeb tsam, peb siv ib qho Kev ntsuam xyuas Framework los tsim ib txoj cai txheej txheem tsom mus rau kev tsim lub cib fim rau cov tub ntxhais kawm ntawm cov xim, cov tub ntxhais kawm los ntawm cov neeg tau nyiaj tsawg, cov tub ntxhais kawm nyob rau hauv cov cheeb tsam, thiab cov ntxhais thiab cov ntxhais hluas.

2024 Legislative Session Recap

LEGISLATIVE OUTCOMES:

 

Kev Kawm Thaum Ntxov

Qhov muaj feem thib: Txhim khu kev sib koom tes ntawm cov koom haum sib koom tes kom nthuav dav kev nkag tau, siv, thiab kev ruaj ntseg ntawm cov ntaub ntawv kev kawm thaum yau.
 
Cov txiaj ntsim tau los: Expanded eligibility for subsidized child care: investments in the true cost of quality care; support for the early learning workforce. Some notable legislation includes:

  • Clarifying requirements for the Working Connections Child Care program (HB 2111).
  • Supporting and expanding access to the Working Connections Child Care program (HB 2124).
  • Investing in child care facility renovations (HB 2195).
  • Funding education for infants and toddlers with disabilities program (HB 1916).
  • Streamlining and enhancing program access for persons eligible for food assistance (HB 1945).
  • Increasing the capacity to conduct timely fingerprint-based background checks for prospective childcare employees and other programs (SB 5774).

 

K-12 STEM

 
Qhov muaj feem thib: Txhim kho cov txheej txheem kev txhim kho thiab nce kev nkag mus rau cov ntaub ntawv siv tau thoob plaws lub xeev los txhawb cov cheeb tsam tsev kawm ntawv, cov tub ntxhais kawm, thiab cov tsev neeg hauv kev hloov ntawm K-12 mus rau qib siab.
 
Cov txiaj ntsim tau los: Increased investments that support the system infrastructure in the transition from K-12 to postsecondary as well as support for culturally sustaining learning, particularly Native education. Some notable legislation includes:

  • Notifying high school students and their families about available dual credit programs and any available financial assistance (HB 1146).
  • Reorganizing statutory requirements governing high school graduation to include more language around postsecondary readiness (HB 2110).
  • Building a multilingual, multiliterate Washington through dual and tribal language education (HB 1228).
  • Increasing prototypical school staffing to better meet student needs, including mental and behavioral health, English language learning, and special education (HB 5882).
  • Expediting the licensure and employment of out-of-state teachers (SB 5180).
  • Expanding and strengthening career and technical education core plus programs (HB 2236).
  • Increasing data sharing between OSPI, WASAC, and institutions of higher education to improve equitable access to postsecondary education (SB 6053).

 

Txoj Kev Ua Haujlwm

Qhov muaj feem thib: Ntxiv nyiaj txiag rau kev kawm thoob plaws lub xeev thiab chaw ua haujlwm network, Career Connect Washington, los tsim thiab txhawb nqa kev nkag mus rau Cov Kev Pabcuam Kev Ua Haujlwm Sib Raug Zoo, nce kev nkag mus kawm qib siab thiab txhawb nqa kev lees paub.
 
Cov txiaj ntsim tau los: Increased access to financial aid and a $1 million investment in Career Connected Learning grant programs. Some notable legislation includes:

  • Extending the terms of eligibility for financial aid programs (SB 5904).
  • Permitting beneficiaries of public assistance programs to automatically qualify as income-eligible for the purpose of receiving the Washington college grant (HB 2214).
  • Modifying placement and salary matching requirements for the state work-study program (HB 2025).
  • Establishing a Native American apprentice assistance program (HB 2019).
  • Establishing a pilot program eliminating college in the high school fees for private not-for-profit four-year institutions (HB 2441).
  • Expanding and strengthening career and technical education core plus programs (HB 2236).
  • Increasing data sharing between OSPI, WASAC, and institutions of higher education to improve equitable access to postsecondary education (SB 6053).

 

 

2023 Legislators ntawm Xyoo

"Cov neeg tsim cai lij choj no txawv ntawm lawv tus kheej los ntawm kev coj noj coj ua ntawm bipartisan thiab kev pom," said Washington STEM CEO, Lynne K. Varner. "Lawv kev ua haujlwm tau txhim kho thaj chaw zoo rau kev saib xyuas menyuam yaus thiab kev kawm ntxov, nrog rau txhawb nqa txoj hauv kev thiab txoj hauv kev ua haujlwm muaj rau Washington cov kawm tiav high school."
 
Rep. Chipalo Street (37th Hauv Paus Tsev Kawm Ntawv) tau txhawb nqa kev pab nyiaj rau Lub Tsev Haujlwm Saib Xyuas Menyuam Yaus, Cov Hluas thiab Tsev Neeg uas yuav txhawb nqa cov ntaub ntawv qhia kev kawm ntxov tshiab.

Rep. Jacquelin Maycumber (7th Hauv Paus Tsev Kawm Ntawv) tau coj ob tog kev sib zog kom dhau ib daim nqi rau tsib qhov kev sim ua haujlwm hauv cheeb tsam (HB 1013) uas yuav tsim kev sib koom tes ntawm cov tsev kawm ntawv hauv zos, zej zog lossis tsev kawm qib siab, cov koom haum ua haujlwm, cov kev kawm ua haujlwm thiab cov pab pawg hauv zos. Saib nws cov lus lees txais.

Sen. Lisa Wellman (41st District) tau txhawb nqa txoj cai lij choj hais txog Tsev Kawm Ntawv Phaj Siab thiab Tshaj Lij Tshaj Lij (SB 5243) los tsim lub vev xaib online kom cov tub ntxhais kawm thoob plaws lub xeev yuav muaj kev ncaj ncees nkag mus rau kev npaj tsev kawm theem siab tom qab tsev kawm theem siab tsis hais lawv tus lej zip. Saib nws cov lus lees txais.

Washington STEM's Legislator of the Year Award tau nthuav tawm txhua xyoo rau cov tswv cuab ntawm Pawg Neeg Saib Xyuas Kev Cai Lij Choj uas tau pom cov thawj coj txawv txawv hauv kev txhim kho txoj cai thiab cov cai uas txhawb nqa kev ua tau zoo, kev tsim kho tshiab, thiab kev ncaj ncees hauv science, technology, engineering, thiab lej kev kawm rau txhua tus tub ntxhais kawm Washington, tshwj xeeb tshaj yog cov nyob deb tshaj ntawm lub sijhawm.

Nyeem ntxiv txog yav dhau los Cov neeg tsim cai lij choj ntawm Xyoo.

 

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Nyeem ntxiv txog peb txoj haujlwm hauv 2023, 2022, thiab 2021 cov kev cai lij choj.

Koj tuaj yeem pab Washington cov tub ntxhais kawm tau txais kev kawm STEM zoo.
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