“Ninety-four percent of Washington state voters agree students at every level should have access to career-connected learning opportunities like internships and youth apprenticeships and 90 percent say every child should have access to high-quality STEM education, according to a new statewide survey.

” ‘Washington voters embrace a comprehensive approach to preparing our students in STEM, from career-connected learning to early education,’ said Caroline King, chief executive officer at Washington STEM. ‘With leadership from Governor Inslee and bipartisan lawmakers, the legislature has the historic chance to take action this session to ensure all Washington state students, especially those furthest from opportunity, are prepared for the economic opportunities in our state.’ ”

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