WSR 10-20-002

EXPEDITED RULES

PROFESSIONAL EDUCATOR

STANDARDS BOARD

[ Filed September 22, 2010, 1:43 p.m. ]

Title of Rule and Other Identifying Information: Chapter 181-78A WAC rules require multiple edits as a result of legislation during the 2010 session. Under SB 6696, colleges and universities are no longer the only institutions that may provide teacher preparation programs. These expedited rule changes are technical since the same standards apply to nonhigher education preparation programs and the changes are required by statute.

NOTICE

THIS RULE IS BEING PROPOSED UNDER AN EXPEDITED RULE-MAKING PROCESS THAT WILL ELIMINATE THE NEED FOR THE AGENCY TO HOLD PUBLIC HEARINGS, PREPARE A SMALL BUSINESS ECONOMIC IMPACT STATEMENT, OR PROVIDE RESPONSES TO THE CRITERIA FOR A SIGNIFICANT LEGISLATIVE RULE. IF YOU OBJECT TO THIS USE OF THE EXPEDITED RULE-MAKING PROCESS, YOU MUST EXPRESS YOUR OBJECTIONS IN WRITING AND THEY MUST BE SENT TO David Brenna, Professional Educator Standards Board, 600 Washington Street South, Room 400, Olympia, WA 98504 , AND RECEIVED BY December 6, 2010.


Purpose of the Proposal and Its Anticipated Effects, Including Any Changes in Existing Rules: The change responds to legislation that allows nonhigher education providers to be approved. Technical changes only.

Reasons Supporting Proposal: Legislative requirements.

Statutory Authority for Adoption: Chapter 28A-410 [28A.410] RCW.

Statute Being Implemented: Chapter 28A.410 RCW.

Rule is not necessitated by federal law, federal or state court decision.

Name of Proponent: Professional educator standards board, governmental.

Name of Agency Personnel Responsible for Drafting: David Brenna, 600 Washington Street, Room 400, Olympia, WA, (360) 725-6238.

September 22, 2010

David Brenna

Legislative and

Policy Coordinator

OTS-3607.3


AMENDATORY SECTION(Amending WSR 06-14-010, filed 6/22/06, effective 7/23/06)

WAC 181-78A-005   Purpose.   In order to support the successful implementation of Washington's ongoing public school reform and improvement policies, the professional educator standards board is establishing a performance-based preparation system for educators. The intent of the performance-based preparation system is to ensure that educators can demonstrate a positive impact on student learning as the foundation for preparing students to participate effectively in a diverse and democratic society. This chapter establishes the procedures, standards, and criteria to be used in the development and approval of preparation programs offered by ((institutions of higher education)) approved preparation programs in Washington state leading to teacher, administrator, and educational staff associates certification. These rules establish a performance-based preparation system for educators that supports the Improvement of Student Achievement Act of 1993 (ESHB 1209) which will enable educators to implement the Washington state student learning goals and essential academic learning requirements.

[Statutory Authority: RCW 28A.410.210. 06-14-010, 181-78A-005, filed 6/22/06, effective 7/23/06. 06-02-051, recodified as 181-78A-005, filed 12/29/05, effective 1/1/06. Statutory Authority: RCW 28A.410.010 and 28A.305.130 (1) and (2). 99-23-023, 180-78A-005, filed 11/9/99, effective 12/10/99. Statutory Authority: RCW 28A.305.130 (1) and (2), 28A.410.010 and 28A.150.220(4). 99-01-174, 180-78A-005, filed 12/23/98, effective 1/23/99. Statutory Authority: RCW 28A.305.130. 97-04-084, 180-78A-005, filed 2/5/97, effective 3/8/97.]


AMENDATORY SECTION(Amending WSR 06-02-051, filed 12/29/05, effective 1/1/06)

WAC 181-78A-007   Minimum state standards.   All state standards prescribed in this chapter for the approval of professional preparation programs are minimal standards for state approval. Where allowed ((colleges or universities)) programs may and are encouraged to develop program standards which exceed the minimums herein prescribed.

[06-02-051, recodified as 181-78A-007, filed 12/29/05, effective 1/1/06. Statutory Authority: RCW 28A.305.130. 97-04-084, 180-78A-007, filed 2/5/97, effective 3/8/97.]


AMENDATORY SECTION(Amending WSR 10-08-015, filed 3/29/10, effective 4/29/10)

WAC 181-78A-105   Procedures for initial approval of an educator preparation program.   Each ((college or university)) institution or organization desiring to establish a preparation program shall comply with the following:

(1) Advise the professional educator standards board of its desire to establish a preparation program.

(2) Develop with the assistance of the professional education advisory board a written preproposal plan which addresses all preproposal components adopted and published by the professional educator standards board and submit such plan to the designated official of the professional educator standards board for review and comment.

(3) Submit such plan to the professional educator standards board. The ((college or university)) institution or organization may be granted approval for full proposal development or denied approval.

(a) If approved, the ((college or university)) institution or organization shall comply with the following:

(i) Establish the appropriate professional education advisory board pursuant to WAC 181-78A-205;

(ii) Develop with assistance of the professional education advisory board a written plan which includes the following:

(A) Timelines for the implementation of all applicable program approval standards during the first year of the program;

(B) The criteria that the program will use to assess, in multiple ways over time, its candidates' knowledge and skills including evidence related to positive impact on student learning (WAC 181-78A-205(4));

(C) How the professional education advisory board was involved in program development, including a letter of support; and

(D) Letters of support from partnership districts and/or other agencies.

(iii) Present the written plan to the professional educator standards board.

(A) The program may be conditionally approved in a specific location(s) for a period of up to twenty-seven months following the beginning of instruction. The institution or organization shall notify the professional educator standards board when instruction has begun. If not approved, the ((college or university)) institution or organization may resubmit its revised plan or request a contested hearing via an appeal team appointed by the professional educator standards board.

(B) Prior to the expiration of approval, staff of the professional educator standards board shall conduct a site visit and/or other forms of documentation to determine if the program is in full compliance with the 1997 program approval standards; provided that a college/university with an approved residency principal program which adds an approved program administrator program is not required to have a site visit of the program administrator program until the next regularly scheduled site visit of that institution.

(b) If denied, the ((college or university)) institution or organization may resubmit its plan based upon the suggestions of the professional educator standards board.

(4) Programs shall be approved for a specific location(s) identified in the written plan presented to the professional educator standards board. Institutions and organizations seeking to expand an existing program to a new location shall submit a request to the professional educator standards board which contains the following:

(a) A description of the location and facilities;

(b) Verification that no complaints have been filed against the program in its current location(s);

(c) A summary of the findings from the most recent site review, including how weaknesses, if any, have been addressed;

(d) A statement that supports need for the program;

(e) Cost to the students;

(f) Mode(s) of the program delivery; and

(g) Letters of support from program partners. The length of time for which the program approval status shall be granted shall coincide with the length of time for which the program in its current location(s) last received approval. The program review cycle for programs at all locations shall be the same.

[Statutory Authority: RCW 28A.410.210. 10-08-015, 181-78A-105, filed 3/29/10, effective 4/29/10; 09-20-109, 181-78A-105, filed 10/7/09, effective 11/7/09; 06-24-082, 181-78A-105, filed 12/5/06, effective 1/5/07; 06-14-010, 181-78A-105, filed 6/22/06, effective 7/23/06. 06-02-051, recodified as 181-78A-105, filed 12/29/05, effective 1/1/06. Statutory Authority: RCW 28A.305.130 (1) and (2), 28A.410.010 and 28A.150.220(4). 99-01-174, 180-78A-105, filed 12/23/98, effective 1/23/99.]


AMENDATORY SECTION(Amending WSR 06-02-051, filed 12/29/05, effective 1/1/06)

WAC 181-78A-130   Approval of preparation program offered by an out-of-state ((college or university)) institution or organization within the state applicable to certification.   No out-of-state ((college or university)) institution or organization shall offer a program of courses within Washington state for purposes of Washington state certification without meeting all program approval requirements set forth in this chapter and those set forth in the Degree Authorization Act, chapter 28B.85 RCW where applicable.

[06-02-051, recodified as 181-78A-130, filed 12/29/05, effective 1/1/06. Statutory Authority: RCW 28A.305.130 (1) and (2), 28A.410.010 and 28A.150.220(4). 99-01-174, 180-78A-130, filed 12/23/98, effective 1/23/99.]


AMENDATORY SECTION(Amending WSR 06-14-010, filed 6/22/06, effective 7/23/06)

WAC 181-78A-136   Responsibilities of deans, directors, or other designated administrators.   Each ((college or university)) institution or organization operating an approved preparation program shall require the dean, director, or other designee of the administrative unit required by WAC 181-78A-261(2) to coordinate the following ((college or university)) responsibilities:

(1) Formation of professional education advisory boards.

(2) Management of operations and resources for each preparation program.

(3) Filing of affidavits and reports required by this chapter and chapter 181-79A WAC.

(4) Dissemination of information relative to initial and continuing certification procedures and requirements.

(5) The application process for certification.

(6) Establishing and administering a process to counsel and assist applicants in the processing of applications for certificates and endorsements thereon: Provided, That colleges and universities need not provide such assistance to applicants who have completed less than 15 quarter (10 semester) hours of coursework at the respective college or university.

[Statutory Authority: RCW 28A.410.210. 06-14-010, 181-78A-136, filed 6/22/06, effective 7/23/06. 06-02-051, recodified as 181-78A-136, filed 12/29/05, effective 1/1/06. Statutory Authority: RCW 28A.305.130 (1) and (2), 28A.410.010 and 28A.150.220(4). 99-01-174, 180-78A-136, filed 12/23/98, effective 1/23/99.]


AMENDATORY SECTION(Amending WSR 09-20-110, filed 10/7/09, effective 11/7/09)

WAC 181-78A-205   Required professional education advisory board.   ((Colleges and universities)) Institutions and organizations seeking approval by the professional educator standards board as an approved preparation program, and in order to maintain such approval status, shall establish a professional education advisory board (PEAB) in accordance with the following:

(1) The program areas for which ((a college or university)) an institution or organization may seek approval and maintain an approved preparation program are:

(a) Teacher.

(b) Administrator.

(c) Educational staff associate (ESA), school counselor.

(d) Educational staff associate, school psychologist.

(e) Educational staff associate, school social worker.

(2) ((A college or university)) An institution or organization may combine educational staff associate professional education advisory boards as long as one-half or more of the voting members are appointed by the associations representing the ESA roles involved and are divided equally among those roles.

(3) ((A college or university)) An institution or organization may have separate administrator professional education advisory boards for each administrator role as long as one-half or more of the voting members are appointed by the association representing the administrator role involved: Provided, That each administrator PEAB shall include at least one member appointed by the Association of Washington School Principals (AWSP), one appointed by the Washington Association of School Administrators (WASA), and one appointed by the Washington Federation of Independent Schools (WFIS).

(4) The failure of a designated organization, as specified in WAC 181-78A-209, to make appointments to the designated board, or to make such appointments in a timely manner, shall not cause the preparation program to lose its approval status.

[Statutory Authority: RCW 28A.410.210. 09-20-110, 181-78A-205, filed 10/7/09, effective 11/7/09; 06-14-010, 181-78A-205, filed 6/22/06, effective 7/23/06. 06-02-051, recodified as 181-78A-205, filed 12/29/05, effective 1/1/06. Statutory Authority: RCW 28A.305.130 (1) and (2), 28A.410.010 and 28A.150.220(4). 99-01-174, 180-78A-205, filed 12/23/98, effective 1/23/99.]


AMENDATORY SECTION(Amending WSR 09-20-110, filed 10/7/09, effective 11/7/09)

WAC 181-78A-207   Qualification to be appointed to ((a college or university)) an institution or organization professional education advisory board.   (1) Professional education advisory boards may authorize the appointment of additional representatives from other school districts or other public and private agencies as long as one-half or more of the members of the professional education advisory board consist of representatives who meet the qualifications of this subsection and who are from the role for which the professional education advisory board has responsibility.

(2) If any professional education advisory board receives a written request from other school districts or other public or private agencies for representation on such professional education advisory board, the current members of such professional education advisory board shall vote on such request at the next regular meeting of such board: Provided, That a ((college or university)) program may elect to add private school representatives to a professional education advisory board without adding to the representation from the role for which the professional education advisory board has responsibility if the professional education advisory board authorizes such action by a majority vote.

[Statutory Authority: RCW 28A.410.210. 09-20-110, 181-78A-207, filed 10/7/09, effective 11/7/09; 07-04-004, 181-78A-207, filed 1/24/07, effective 2/24/07. 06-02-051, recodified as 181-78A-207, filed 12/29/05, effective 1/1/06. Statutory Authority: RCW 28A.305.130 (1) and (2), 28A.410.010 and 28A.150.220(4). 99-01-174, 180-78A-207, filed 12/23/98, effective 1/23/99.]


AMENDATORY SECTION(Amending WSR 09-20-110, filed 10/7/09, effective 11/7/09)

WAC 181-78A-209   ((College or university)) Professional education advisory boards -- Membership.   The professional education advisory boards shall at a minimum consist of the following:

(1) TEACHER.

(a) One-half or more of the voting members shall be classroom teachers. All, but one, will be appointed by the president of the Washington Education Association. The remaining teacher shall be employed in a state-approved private school and appointed by the Washington Federation of Independent Schools.

(b) At least one principal appointed by the president of the Association of Washington School Principals.

(c) At least one school administrator appointed by the Washington Association of School Administrators.

(d) At least one educational staff associate (school counselor, school psychologist, school social worker, school nurse, school occupational therapist, school physical therapist, or school speech language pathologist or audiologist) appointed by the president of the individual's professional association.

(e) At least one ((college or university)) institution or organization representative who may serve in a voting or nonvoting role.

(f) At ((colleges or universities)) programs where career and technical education programs are offered, one career and technical education director or career and technical education teacher, with expertise in one of the approved career and technical education programs at the ((college or university)) institution or organization, appointed by the Washington Association of Vocational Administrators in cooperation with the ((college or university)) institution or organization.

(2) ADMINISTRATOR.

(a) One-half or more of the voting members shall be administrators. One-half of these administrators shall be appointed by the president of the Washington Association of School Administrators. The remaining administrators shall be appointed by the president of the Association of Washington School Principals except one who shall be employed in an approved private school and appointed by the Washington Federation of Independent Schools.

(b) At least one or more classroom teachers appointed by the president of the Washington Education Association.

(c) At least one educational staff associate (school counselor, school psychologist, school social worker, school nurse, school occupational therapist, school physical therapist, or school speech language pathologist or audiologist) appointed by the president of the individual's professional association.

(d) At least one ((college or university)) institution or organization representative who may serve in a voting or nonvoting role.

(3) SCHOOL COUNSELOR.

(a) At least one-half of the voting members shall be school counselors appointed by the president of the Washington School Counselors Association.

(b) At least one teacher appointed by the president of the Washington Education Association.

(c) At least one principal appointed by the Association of Washington School Principals.

(d) At least one administrator appointed by the Washington Association of School Administrators.

(e) At least one ((college or university)) institution or organization representative who may serve in a voting or nonvoting role.

(4) SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGIST.

(a) At least one-half of the voting members shall be school psychologists appointed by the president of the Washington State Association of School Psychologists.

(b) At least one teacher appointed by the president of the Washington Education Association.

(c) At least one principal appointed by the Association of Washington School Principals.

(d) At least one administrator appointed by the Washington Association of School Administrators.

(e) At least one ((college or university)) institution or organization representative who may serve in a voting or nonvoting role.

(5) SCHOOL SOCIAL WORKER.

(a) At least one-half of the voting members shall be school social workers appointed by the president of the Washington Association of School Social Workers.

(b) At least one teacher appointed by the president of the Washington Education Association.

(c) At least one principal appointed by the Association of Washington School Principals.

(d) At least one administrator appointed by the Washington Association of School Administrators.

(e) At least one ((college or university)) institution or organization representative who may serve in a voting or nonvoting role.

(6) MEMBERSHIP APPOINTMENTS. Applicable to all professional association appointments, if the professional association does not respond to the ((university's)) program's request for an appointment of a representative within sixty days of the receipt of the request, a ((university)) program may appoint the representative of its choice in the role for which an appointment is being sought. If the ((university)) program makes an appointment, it must notify the appropriate professional association within one week that the appointment has been made. If an association is unable to appoint a representative due to the geographic restriction of possible candidates, the PEAB will appoint an alternate to represent that association with their consent.

[Statutory Authority: RCW 28A.410.210. 09-20-110, 181-78A-209, filed 10/7/09, effective 11/7/09; 07-04-004, 181-78A-209, filed 1/24/07, effective 2/24/07. 06-02-051, recodified as 181-78A-209, filed 12/29/05, effective 1/1/06. Statutory Authority: RCW 28A.410.010 and 28A.305.130 (1) through (4). 02-04-018, 180-78A-209, filed 1/24/02, effective 2/24/02. Statutory Authority: RCW 28A.305.130 (1) and (2). 01-03-151, 180-78A-209, filed 1/24/01, effective 2/24/01; 00-09-046, 180-78A-209, filed 4/14/00, effective 5/15/00. Statutory Authority: RCW 28A.305.130 (1) and (2), 28A.410.010 and 28A.150.220(4). 99-01-174, 180-78A-209, filed 12/23/98, effective 1/23/99.]


AMENDATORY SECTION(Amending WSR 06-02-051, filed 12/29/05, effective 1/1/06)

WAC 181-78A-210   Joint professional education advisory board.   Any two or more ((colleges)) institutions and/or ((universities)) organizations may agree to have the same professional education advisory board for their respective preparation program at such ((college or university)) institution or organization.

[06-02-051, recodified as 181-78A-210, filed 12/29/05, effective 1/1/06. Statutory Authority: RCW 28A.305.130 (1) and (2), 28A.410.010 and 28A.150.220(4). 99-01-174, 180-78A-210, filed 12/23/98, effective 1/23/99.]


AMENDATORY SECTION(Amending WSR 06-14-010, filed 6/22/06, effective 7/23/06)

WAC 181-78A-220   Program approval standards for approved preparation programs.   The program approval standards for approved preparation programs for teachers, administrators, and educational staff associates are as follows:

(1) Professional education advisory boards: The ((college or university)) institution or organization, in compliance with the provisions of WAC 181-78A-250, has established and maintained a professional education advisory board to participate in and cooperate with the ((college or university)) institution or organization on decisions related to the development, implementation, and revision of each preparation program -- i.e., teacher, administrator, school counselor, school psychologist, and school social workers.

(2) Accountability: Each ((college or university)) institution or organization, in compliance with the provision of WAC 181-78A-255, has established a performance-based preparation program.

(3) Unit governance and resources: A separate ((college,)) school, department, or other administrative unit within the ((college or university)) institution or organization, in compliance with the provision of WAC 181-78A-261, is responsible for providing the resources needed to develop and maintain quality preparation programs.

(4) Program design: Each ((college or university)) institution or organization, in compliance with the provision of WAC 181-78A-264, is responsible for establishing a collaboratively developed approved preparation program that is based on a conceptual framework, current research and best practice that reflects the state's learning goals and essential academic learning requirements.

(5) Knowledge and skills: Each ((college or university)) institution or organization, in compliance with the provision of WAC 181-78A-270, has established policies requiring all candidates for certification to know and demonstrate the content, pedagogical, and professional knowledge and skills required for the particular certificate and areas of endorsement, which reflect the state's learning goals and essential academic learning requirements, and are necessary to help all students learn.

[Statutory Authority: RCW 28A.410.210. 06-14-010, 181-78A-220, filed 6/22/06, effective 7/23/06. 06-02-051, recodified as 181-78A-220, filed 12/29/05, effective 1/1/06. Statutory Authority: RCW 28A.305.130 (1) through (4). 02-04-014, 180-78A-220, filed 1/24/02, effective 2/24/02. Statutory Authority: RCW 28A.410.010 and 28A.305.130 (1) and (2). 99-23-023, 180-78A-220, filed 11/9/99, effective 12/10/99. Statutory Authority: RCW 28A.305.130 (1) and (2), 28A.410.010 and 28A.150.220(4). 99-01-174, 180-78A-220, filed 12/23/98, effective 1/23/99.]


AMENDATORY SECTION(Amending WSR 07-04-002, filed 1/24/07, effective 2/24/07)

WAC 181-78A-272   Approval of residency certificate preparation programs for principals/program administrators, school psychologists, school counselors and school social workers.   (((1) Colleges/universities offering residency certificate programs for principals/program administrators shall have these programs approved by the professional educator standards board by August 31, 2004. Colleges/universities offering residency certificate programs for school psychologists, school counselors, and school social workers shall have these programs approved by the professional educator standards board by August 31, 2005.

(2))) Principal alternative route pilot program. ((Colleges and universities)) Institutions and organizations with approved residency certificate programs will be invited to participate.

(((a))) (1) The program shall be comprised of the following:

(((i))) (a) Two summer academies plus a year long mentored internship;

(((ii))) (b) Assignment of the intern to a full-time second level administrative position for one school year while enrolled in the alternative route program;

(((iii))) (c) A comprehensive assessment of the intern's performance by school officials and program faculty and a recommendation that the person be issued a residency principal certificate upon successful completion of the program.

(((b))) (2) The pilot will be implemented for one academic year beginning June 2007.

[Statutory Authority: RCW 28A.410.210. 07-04-002, 181-78A-272, filed 1/24/07, effective 2/24/07; 06-14-010, 181-78A-272, filed 6/22/06, effective 7/23/06. 06-02-051, recodified as 181-78A-272, filed 12/29/05, effective 1/1/06. Statutory Authority: RCW 28A.410.010. 04-20-089, 180-78A-272, filed 10/5/04, effective 11/5/04.]


AMENDATORY SECTION(Amending WSR 06-02-051, filed 12/29/05, effective 1/1/06)

WAC 181-78A-307   Course work/internship waiver.   The ((college or university)) institution or organization may waive required course work and/or waive or reduce in length the required internship for any candidate, based on an individual review if the ((college or university)) institution or organization determines that previous course work, work experiences, or alternative learning experiences have or will provide the candidate knowledge and skills to be otherwise gained from the required course work or internship.

[06-02-051, recodified as 181-78A-307, filed 12/29/05, effective 1/1/06. Statutory Authority: RCW 28A.305.130 (1) and (2), 28A.410.010 and 28A.150.220(4). 99-01-174, 180-78A-307, filed 12/23/98, effective 1/23/99.]


AMENDATORY SECTION(Amending WSR 06-14-010, filed 6/22/06, effective 7/23/06)

WAC 181-78A-400   Internship standards -- State-funded administrator interns.   (1) Principal, superintendent, and program administrator interns participating in the state-funded administrator internship program shall meet the following standards:

(a) Enrollment in a principal, superintendent or program administrator preparation program approved by the professional educator standards board, pursuant to WAC 181-78A-105.

(b) Completion of all administrator field experience, knowledge and skill certification requirements, pursuant to chapters 181-78A and 181-79A WAC.

(c) Completion of up to forty-five internship days for school employees selected for a principal, superintendent or program administrator certification internship when K-12 students and/or staff are present; provided the internship shall meet the following criteria:

(i) The intern, mentor administrator and college/university intern supervisor shall cooperatively plan the internship, provided that the school district is encouraged to include teachers and other individuals in the internship planning process.

(ii) Superintendent interns shall demonstrate competency in the standards identified as needing development by the mentor administrator, college/university supervisor, and the intern, pursuant to WAC 181-78A-270(3). Principal and program administrator interns admitted to programs before September 1, 2004, shall demonstrate competency in the performance domains identified as needing development by the mentor administrator, college/university, and the intern, pursuant to either WAC 181-78A-270 (2)(a) or (b) pursuant to WAC 181-78A-100. Principal and program administrator interns admitted to programs on or after September 1, 2004, shall demonstrate competency in the standards identified as needing development by the mentor administrator, college/university supervisor, and the intern, pursuant to WAC 181-78A-270 (2)(b).

(iii) The activities to be undertaken to implement the internship shall be outlined in writing.

(d) The intern, ((college/university)) institution/organization supervisor and mentor administrator shall determine whether the intern days and the selected performance domains or competencies were demonstrated.

(2) Participating ((colleges/universities,)) institution/organization and school districts may establish additional internship standards and shall report such standards to the professional educator standards board.

(3) Each ((college/university)) institution/organization shall submit a summary report of the internships to the professional educator standards board.

[Statutory Authority: RCW 28A.410.210. 06-14-010, 181-78A-400, filed 6/22/06, effective 7/23/06. 06-02-051, recodified as 181-78A-400, filed 12/29/05, effective 1/1/06. Statutory Authority: RCW 28A.305.130 and 28A.410.010. 02-18-037, 180-78A-400, filed 8/26/02, effective 9/26/02. Statutory Authority: RCW 28A.305.130 (1) and (2), 28A.410.010 and 28A.150.220(4). 99-01-174, 180-78A-400, filed 12/23/98, effective 1/23/99.]


REPEALER

     The following sections of the Washington Administrative Code are repealed:
WAC 181-78A-151 Preparation of superintendents.
WAC 181-78A-200 Basic skills.

Washington State Code Reviser's Office