As part of the Road Map Project Awards Program, two Collective Impact Awardees and seven Special Recognition Awardees were selected from a group of 21 finalists for their work to advance equity and eliminate opportunity gaps for students. The awardees received customized prizes for their great efforts. This page will provide updates on the awardees and share how they utilized the prizes.
The World Language Credit Program received one of two 2014 Collective Impact Awards. The program is an effort to recognize the diversity of our region by allowing students who speak multiple languages to earn credits toward high school graduation by demonstrating their proficiency. The World Language Credit Program team, consisting of school district partners and the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction, received the opportunity to create an informational video as part of their award. Here is that video:
Please check back to learn more about the other 2014 Road Map Project Awards Program awardees. To read more about the Road Map Project Awards Program, click here.