WA-WAC § 28A.230.094

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Two Letter WA
State Washington
Policy Focus Curriculum Framework
Initiating Entity State Legislature
Description High school civics course. Beginning with or before the 2020-2021 school year, each school district that operates a high school must provide a mandatory one-half credit stand-alone course in civics for each high school student. This course can be applied to social studies course requirements for graduation. The course must include (but not limited to) a. federal, state, tribal, and local government organization procedures, b. rights and responsibilities of citizens addressed in the Washington state and US Constitutions; c. current issues addressed at each level of government; d. electoral issues, including elections, ballot measures, intitatives, and referenda; e. the study and completion of the civics component of the federally administered naturalization test required of persons seeking to become naturalized US citizen; and f. the importance in a free society of living society of living the basic values and characters traits
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