Become a vendor.

Our schools utilize services from a wide range of vendor partners.

We prioritize working with vendors who are global majority (sometimes called minority) owned business enterprises, disadvantaged business enterprises – including women-owned and disabled-person-owned businesses – and vendors that have worked with charter public schools in Washington or nationally. We also seek business partners who are able to provide examples of decolonized and/or anti-racist materials, operations, or practices.

Are you interested in providing services or supplies to Washington’s charter public schools?

Please fill out the form below, and we will contact you with more information.

Global Majority Business Enterprise: 51% of business is owned or controlled by a racial or ethnic minority. This typically means Asian, Black, Hispanic, East Asian Indian, and Native American. Disadvantaged Business Enterprise: 51% of business is owned or controlled by a socially or economically disadvantaged person. The US Small Business Administration defines disadvantaged as women, Black Americans, Hispanic Americans, Native Americans, Asian-Pacific Americans, Subcontinent Asian-Pacific Americans. Certain persons with disabilities may apply for determination as well.

Is your program, services, and/or materials aligned to the Common Core State Standards?

Please provide evidence that your program, services, and/or materials are research-based (e.g., peer review, white papers, etc.)

Please provide examples, if you have them, of de-colonized or anti-racist materials and/or organizational governance

Please provide a few short examples of how your organization is working toward anti-racism in your operations, governance, and/or programs and services.

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