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2017 Results Report

The 2017 Results Report is Now Available

Now—more than ever—is the time to take collective action to build stronger systems, address barriers to racial equity, and amplify community voice. Read the Road Map Project 2017 Results Report on the state of education in South Seattle and South King County.

Data Brief

Discipline Disparities and Practices in South Seattle and South King County

This data brief examines racial disparities using likelihood models for exclusionary discipline, and finds that coding alignment is a barrier to helping us understand what’s happening in schools. Suspensions and expulsions in the Road Map Project region have declined since 2010, but students of color are still more likely to receive exclusionary discipline.


Dive into the Results

For more data at the school, district and regional levels, plus information on how outcomes and demographics have shifted over time by race/ethnicity, income, housing status, gender, language and ability status, explore the data dashboard.

Start With Us

Start With Us: Black Youth in South King County and South Seattle

A new Road Map Project report on Black youth in South King County and South Seattle is now available. Start With Us shows the need for systems to combat racial bias, promote positive school climates, racial identity development, and listen more closely to students.


Meet the Community Leadership Team

The Road Map Project is pleased to introduce its inaugural Community Leadership Team, comprised of regional leaders who strive to improve educational and economic equity for South Seattle and South King County youth. The Team will provide visionary leadership and community accountability as the region works to achieve Road Map Project goals.

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