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OSPI Learning Standards Revision Project

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Principals and assistant principals, did you know the Washington State Learning Standards are currently undergoing a significant revision? AWSP invites you to a free webinar specifically for educational leaders like you. We're partnering with OSPI to ensure all school leaders are not only aware of these revisions but also have a unique opportunity to provide feedback on the new content and contribute to the smooth rollout of the updated standards. OSPI is particularly interested in hearing from principals and assistant principals about what type of pro learning you would like to have around these new standards.

Your leadership matters! As these standards undergo revisions, it is crucial they align with the unique needs of districts across our state, and your perspective is instrumental in achieving this goal.

Join Jack Arend, AWSP Deputy Director along with, Angela Allen, OSPI Associate Director of the Learning Standards Revision Project.

AWSP encourages you to invite your superintendent and other central office leaders to view this webinar together. Don't miss this opportunity to stay informed but also actively contribute to the future of the learning standards in our state.

Can't make the meeting? Register now and be notified when the recording is available.

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If you have any questions or feedback for OSPI,
send an email to the Standards Review Team.


  • Angela Allen, Associate Director of Learning Standards, OSPI

    Angela has been in K-12 education for 25 years and is currently the Associate Director of Learning Standards at OSPI. Angela has been a high school teacher, Dean of Students, Assistant High School Principal, Middle School Principal, Director of Secondary and Alternative Instructional Leadership and most recently a school superintendent. At OSPI, Angela hopes to build connection throughout the agency as well as supporting educators and creating equity for our students around the state, using Learning Standards as the driver.

  • Jack Arend, Deputy Director, AWSP

    Jack joined the AWSP team in July 2019. He has served in education since 1989 as an elementary, middle and high school music teacher. He began his building leadership career in the fall of 2006 as the principal of Peter G. Schmidt Elementary in the Tumwater School District. After eleven years in the principalship, he served two years at the Central Office level overseeing multiple content areas and mentoring first year teachers.

March 21, 2024
Thu 9:30 AM PDT

Duration 1H 0M

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