Join Our First-Ever Community Leadership Team
We want people who are passionate about creating conditions for success, particularly for children of color and low-income students. And we want leaders to push for change in and outside of schools.
Latest Report Available
The Road Map Project’s latest report on the state of education in King County’s areas of highest need shows some progress, but much more work needs to be done to close race and ethnic opportunity and achievement gaps.
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.
The Road Map Project
The Road Map Project is a region-wide effort aimed at improving education to drive dramatic improvement in student achievement from cradle to college and career in South King County and South Seattle. The project builds off the belief that collective effort is necessary to make large-scale change and has created a common goal and shared vision in order to facilitate coordinated action, both inside and outside schools.
King County’s growth complicates the college equation for poor kids
April 4, 2017 — KUOW
Road Map Project raises goal but extends deadline for getting more students through college
March 30, 2017 — The Seattle Times
New grant boosts parent involvement, student literacy in three Kent schools
November 30, 2016 — The Seattle Times
The next Education Results Network Meeting will be on Wednesday, June 14 at Renton Center Pavilion.
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