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}}{{tnr}}'''The Washington Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction''' oversees public K-12 education in [[Washington]]. The department was created in [[Article IX, Washington State Constitution|1889]]. This office oversaw 2,281 K-12 schools and 1,047,390 students during the 2012-2013 school year.<ref>[http://reportcard.ospi.k12.wa.us/summary.aspx?year=2012-13 ''Washington Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction,'' "Washington State Report Card," accessed January 21, 2014]</ref><ref>[http://www.leg.wa.gov/Senate/Committees/WM/Documents/K12%20Guide%202012%20FINAL5.pdf ''Washington State Legislature,'' "A Citizen's Guide to Washington State K-12 Finance 2012," accessed January 21, 2014]</ref>
  
 
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==Structure==

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Missions statement

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The Washington Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction maintains the following mission statement:[2]
In collaboration with educators, students, families, local communities, business, labor, and government, the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction leads, supports, and oversees K-12 education, ensuring the success of all learners.

Goal 1
Each of Washington’s diverse students demonstrates high levels of achievement in the four state learning goals and graduates from high school ready to implement a positive plan for his or her future.

Goal 2
Highly skilled, diverse educators support the academic success of every student.

Goal 3
All schools, in partnership with students, families, and communities, provide safe, civil, healthy, and engaging environments for learning.

Goal 4
Sufficient state resources are provided for every student to succeed through an efficient, equitable, and responsive K-12 funding system that promotes innovation and rewards results.

Goal 5
OSPI supports effective schools and student achievement through focused policies, sound management, and excellent service to the education community.[3]

Leadership

The current Washington Superintendent of Public Instruction is Randy Dorn. The following list details members of his cabinet:[4]

  • Chief of Staff: Ken Kanikeberg
  • Deputy Superintendent, K-12 Education: Alan Burke
  • Chief Financial Officer: JoLynn Berge
  • Assistant Superintendent, Early Learning: Robert Butts
  • Assistant Superintendent, Student and School Success: Andrew Kelly
  • Assistant Superintendent, Special Programs and Federal Accountability: Gil Mendoza
  • Assistant Superintendent, Assessment and Student Information: Robin Munson
  • Assistant Superintendent, Secondary Education and Student Support: Dan Newell
  • Chief Information Officer: Peter Tamayo
  • Assistant Superintendent, Teaching and Learning: Jessica Vavrus
  • Executive Director, State Board of Education: Ben Rarick

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