Inslee to discuss education at Everett event

EVERETT — Jay Inslee, the leading Democratic candidate for governor, plans to share his ideas on education and worker training July 25 at the Everett Station.

Inslee is scheduled to be part of a one-hour roundtable discussion starting at 9:30 a.m. in the Weyerhauser Room.

Workforce Development Snohomish County, in concert with other workforce development councils across the state, is hosting the conversation.

Community leaders, education providers, business owners and residents are invited to participate in the free event.

To reserve a seat, send an email to by July 23.

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