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The Commission strives to improve public policy development and the delivery of government services to the Hispanic/Latino community and it is to this end that the Commission and it’s 11 Commissioners spend a significant amount of time collaborating with agencies, serving committees, advising educational agencies, and advising the legislature on identifying and establishing policies that meet and/or address the needs of the Latino Community.

 
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With the success of our previous projects, the Commission has continued to make huge strides towards closing the educational gap and improving parent involvement in schools.

2013-2014 Washington State Hispanic/Latino Assessment Report.

 
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The Commission will continue to work towards their goals within the Result Washington framework.

2013-2014 Washington State Hispanic/Latino Assessment Report.

 
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The Commission continues to work to increase full and equitable participation by Hispanics/Latinos in government.

2013-2014 Washington State Hispanic/Latino Assessment Report.

 
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Economic Development continues to be a top priorities for the Commission. Increasing access to job opportunities, workforce development programs and education as well as access to culturally relevant business resources are some of the goals we work toward.

2013-2014 Hispanic/Latino Assessment Report