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Category Archives: Press Releases

South King County Black Students Describe How Schools Can Help Them Succeed

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SEATTLE—Much attention is given to the need for improving education outcomes for Black students, but rarely does research start by talking to students themselves or diving more deeply into the diversity of the Black community. A new Road Map Project … Continue reading


Latest Road Map Project Education Report Shows Some Progress, But Much Work Remains for the Region

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SEATTLE — 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. … Continue reading


Road Map Project Partners with Challenge Seattle to Elevate Career & College Exploration

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DiscoverU (www.discoveruwa.org) takes place October 17-21 and features a new partnership between Road Map Project and Challenge Seattle to increase access to career and college exploration activities for the region’s students. King County, WA – Hundreds of students from South … Continue reading


500 Attendees Help Honor Successful Education Efforts Working to Close Opportunity Gaps, Support Racial Equity

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For Immediate Release Peter Daniels Executive Director – Communications & Public Relations Puget Sound Educational Service District 425-917-7605 | pdaniels@psesd.org Kjerstin Wood Communications Coordinator Community Center for Education Results 206-838-6621 | kwood@ccedresults.org View the full PDF of this release here. … Continue reading


2016 Celebration of Success Features Education Efforts Making a Difference for Students

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For Immediate Release Peter Daniels Executive Director – Communications & Public Relations Puget Sound Educational Service District 425-917-7605 | pdaniels@psesd.org Kjerstin Wood Communications Coordinator Community Center for Education Results 206-838-6621 | kwood@ccedresults.org       View the full PDF of … Continue reading


South King County and Seattle Students to Receive Unique STEM-Focused Scholarship

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South King County STEM Network WSOS Press Release (PDF) SEATTLE/SOUTH KING COUNTY – A workforce development program unique to Washington is helping put high-demand postsecondary STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) degrees within reach for 1,450 students from across the state— 342 of … Continue reading


Local districts make gains in graduation rates, new report shows

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SOUTH SEATTLE/SOUTH KING COUNTY – The Road Map Project 2015 Results Report shows significant progress being made on important education milestones in the South Seattle and South King County region, but more work must be done to help all students … Continue reading


Report examines outcomes for local high school graduates attending local community and technical colleges

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CLICK HERE to read “Road Map Project Community and Technical College Report: Outcomes for Local High School Graduates at Local Community and Technical Colleges” SEATTLE/SOUTH KING COUNTY – A new report is helping inform educational improvement efforts in the region … Continue reading


Students to explore college and career options during DiscoverU week, Oct. 12-16

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SEATTLE/SOUTH KING COUNTY – Thousands of students of all ages across Seattle and South King County will be exploring their college and career options as part of DiscoverU week, happening Oct. 12-16 inside and outside schools. DiscoverU participants include local … Continue reading


Road Map Project endorses Best Starts for Kids levy proposal

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The Road Map Project is announcing its endorsement of the King County Best Starts for Kids levy proposal. The Road Map Project is a collective impact initiative working to dramatically improve education results in South Seattle and South King County, … Continue reading


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

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