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.
Follow the Money materials now available
In 2015, the Community Center for Education Results, along with other Road Map Project partners, worked with Third Sector Intelligence to examine and explain education funding in Washington State. You can now view the original presentation as well as read about how this analysis will soon be expanding.
2016 Road Map Project Formative Evaluation Summary
This report summarizes key findings from the 2015 midpoint formative evaluation of how the Road Map Project’s theory of action is evolving and provides insight on how stakeholders perceive the influence of the initiative.
Dive in to the Results
This unique tool will allow you to explore the Road Map Project Indicators of Student Success in new ways. This dashboard provides insight into the region’s education results by looking at the seven Road Map region school districts and student racial/ethnic subgroups.
New grant boosts parent involvement, student literacy in three Kent schools
November 30, 2016 — The Seattle Times
CEOs join effort to help students learn about careers
October 11, 2016 – The Seattle Times
Conversations with Experienced Backbone Leaders: Road Map Project
July 19, 2016 – Collective Impact Forum
The annual Results Report for 2016 will be released online on March 30, 2017. Stay tuned for more
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