Washington Teacher Advisory Council (WATAC)
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Washington Teacher Advisory Council (WATAC)

Mission & Vision
The Washington Teacher Advisory Council (WATAC) is the voice of accomplished teaching advocating for student success. We inform education decisions and influence policy, promoting equity and excellence for all.

Who We Are
WATAC is a network of award-winning educators from across Washington. WATAC is directed by a leadership team comprised of the current and past year's Teachers of the Year and 6 elected representatives. The leadership team sets a policy agenda, creates publications, and plans professional learning and networking for the network in coordination with OSPI and the state's nine Educational Service Districts.

For more information, visit www.watac.k12.wa.us

The Washington Teacher Advisory Council (WATAC) is a project of the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI). It is founded with a grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. The teachers in WATAC speak with independent voices. Their opinions, beliefs, and viewpoints do not necessarily reflect, nor are they influenced by, the state superintendent or staff at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.




   Updated 10/12/2017

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