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Category Archives: Blog

Feedback on System-Wide Racial Equity Essentials

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The Road Map Project System-Wide Equity Essentials is a collection of foundational, cradle-through-college, system-level efforts that, if strengthened, will help our region advance racial equity and support student success. They were developed by many stakeholders throughout the region. Our collective work focuses … Continue reading

11 Questions With Community Leadership Team Member Kevin Truong

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The Road Map Project recently announced its first-ever Community Leadership Team, a group that will provide visionary leadership and community accountability for improving education results and closing achievement and opportunity gaps. Over the next few months, you’ll get to learn more … Continue reading

#MyEdPath: From Chicago’s South Side to Seattle—Learning to Play Tough for Kids

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This blog was written for the Cradle Through College Coalition’s #MyEdPath project. To learn more and to share your story and photos, visit c2ccoalition.org. I am one lucky person, especially when it comes to education. My mom and dad were … Continue reading

Is Poverty Taken into Consideration in K-12 funding?

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By Mary Jean Ryan, Executive Director of Community Center for Education Results There are many challenges in Washington State education funding, but a recent analysis shows that the state is also missing a crucial element in calculating their basic education … Continue reading

Ina Maka Family Program: Integrating Vroom to assist ongoing family support for kids’ brain development

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By Kjerstin Wood Note: Public Health – Seattle & King County and Road Map Project are releasing a series of blogs related to the county-wide activation of Vroom, a resource for organizations and families to help everyone learn how to … Continue reading

Exploring the Roads to Success

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By Mary Jean Ryan, Executive Director, CCER The Road Map Project is undergoing a significant period of “reconstruction,” so some “rerouting” be necessary. The Road Map Project began in 2010, and in that first year the 2020 goal was set … Continue reading

A Partnership to Support the Birth to 3rd Grade Work Group

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The following is a guest blog post by Lynda Petersen, Associate Director of the Community Center for Education Results and staffer for the Road Map Project Birth to 3rd Grade Work Group. When I started staffing the Road Map Project’s … Continue reading

Better data disaggregation needed to successfully support our students

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Recently, the Community Center for Education Results published our annual Road Map Project regional Results Report and, in it, we used a conventional data reporting method to present a summary snapshot showing the magnitude of our region’s race and ethnic … Continue reading

2014 Results Report shows a region ‘under construction’

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The 2014 Results Report was released earlier this month to a packed Education Results Network meeting. More than 300 people at that meeting – and many more since then – have received a copy, and we are working to distribute … Continue reading

Social media provides window into DiscoverU 2014

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This year, the second-annual DiscoverU was a full week – Oct. 13-17 – and people across all seven Road Map Project region school districts found unique and fun ways to help kids explore their college and career possibilities. DiscoverU is part of … Continue reading

Student Engagement and Motivation: This data provides unique insights into the ways students perceive themselves and their learning environments.