The Washington Student Achievement Council (WSAC), the state’s lead education agency charged with building a 10-year road map for Washington education from early learning through higher education, is hosting a public forum in Ellensburg to gather community input on the state of education.

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“This is an opportunity for local citizens to share the unique challenges Central Washington communities face in education. It’s also a chance to shape the next decade by sharing your ideas and priorities. We want to hear from students, families, business leaders and educators at every level,” said WSAC Board Member Jay Reich, a WSAC board member and former board trustee of Central Washington University.  The meeting is set for Wednesday the 6th, 4:30 to 6:00 in room 271 of the Student Union Building on the campus of CWU in Ellensburg.

For more information, visit http://www.wsac.wa.gov.