The Road Map Project has many volunteer work groups and committees that help steer the direction of the Project. The groups have different areas of focus, but are responsible for identifying the actions that must be pursued to reach our goal. Those serving on the work groups are familiar with the area of focus and work across sectors.
The Project Hub provides more information about the different work groups and a space where they can post upcoming meetings and updates. If you have questions about a specific work group, please contact the group leader(s).
The purpose of the Advocates Caucus is to leverage grassroots-based efforts and relationships.
Helping our region reach the Road Map kindergarten readiness and 3rd grade reading targets.
CCER is a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting the Road Map Project.
Build public will to improve education results and advance the goals of the Road Map Project.
Provides data support to the other work groups, as well as to the Road Map Project in general.
Open to anyone who wants to improve educational outcomes in our region and participate in the Road Map Project.
Works to implement policies that will improve ELL student academic achievement in South King County.
Developing a strategic action plan to improve college readiness and post secondary completion.
An initiative aimed at improving outcomes for 16 to 24 year olds who are not connected to school or living-wage work.
A group of individuals from organizations that share the goal of dramatically improving educational attainment.
Working to increase the clarity of indicators, measurement and strategies where youth development organizations play a vital role.
Where ELL Students Attend School: Of the seven school districts in the Road Map Project region, the Tukwila School District has the highest percent of ELL students.