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Road Map Project Reports

2013

2013 Results Report

The 2013 Results Report was released Dec. 12, 2013 and shows data on 33 Indicators of Student Success. Several exciting new indicators are unveiled in the report in the areas of parent engagement and student motivation. WaKIDS data (kindergarten readiness) is also shown for the first time.

2013 Technical Report

This report includes additional data and information to supplement the 2013 Results Report.

2013 Individual District Reports

The 2013 district reports provide district-specific data to supplement the Road Map Region’s 2013 Results Report and 2013 Technical Report. These reports include only a sample of data that we felt would be most relevant in the short term. Rather than attempt to provide all possible data, the purpose of these reports is more to open a data dialogue. Links are to PDFs.

Formative Evaluation Report

In 2013, the Road Map Project began a multi-year formative evaluation process with an external firm, Education Northwest, to identify where progress is being made and where challenges still exist in realizing the 2020 goal. This year-end report gives an overall assessment of the Road Map Project based on data collected in 2013.

Early Warning Indicator Report

Many warning signs can be seen well before a student drops out of school. Districts and their community-based partners are now watching for those signs in an effort to identify problems early and provide extra support to students when needed. This report looks at early warning indicators in the Road Map Project region by district, race/ethnicity and other groupings.

2012

2012 Results Report

The first Road Map Project Results Report was issued on Dec. 13, 2012. This is a regional report card. The data show our communities’ increasing needs and challenges, in addition to examples of excellence.

2012 Technical Report

This report primarily includes additional data and information that supplements the 2012 Results Report that was published in December 2012.

2012 Individual District Reports

The district reports provide district-specific data to supplement the Road Map Region’s 2012 Results Report and 2012 Technical Report. These reports include only a sample of data that we felt would be most relevant in the short term. Rather than attempt to provide all possible data, the purpose of these reports is more to open a data dialogue. Links are to PDFs.

2012 Math Report

In an effort to examine the connection between the math courses students take in high school and postsecondary success, the “Taking Math Matters” study was completed for the Road Map Project in 2012. To see a one-page overview and the study itself, please click the links below:

2011

Baseline Report

On Tuesday, December 13, 2011, The Road Map Project released its Baseline Report showing the state of education in South King County and South Seattle. The report urges action from all sectors of the community to achieve dramatic improvements in education. Click the link below to read the report.

Technical Baseline Report

This report primarily includes additional Road Map baseline data and information that supplements the Baseline Report that was published in December 2011. Version 1 of the Baseline Technical Report was released on February 2, 2012 and will likely be updated as data improve and we update the analyses.

Individual District Reports

The district reports provide district-specific data to supplement the Road Map Region’s Baseline Report and Baseline Technical Report. These reports include only a sample of data that we felt would be most relevant in the short term. Rather than attempt to provide all possible data, the purpose of these reports is more to open a data dialogue.

There are about 119,000 students in the Road Map region.

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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.

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