Educators are absolutely critical to the success of students, and their insights and leadership are essential to the success of the Road Map Project’s goals. We seek your experience and ideas as we discuss policy decisions.
Educator Advisory Team
In May 2012, educators throughout the region applied and were selected to participate in three educator advisory teams, focused on the following areas: birth to third grade, high school to college completion, and English language learners.
These teams of educators, including principals, teachers, program directors and counselors, are providing guidance and help to identify the priority actions that must be pursued in order to achieve the dramatic change in these three areas of the cradle to college and career education pipeline.
Specifically, the Pre-School to 3rd Grade Educator Advisory Team is working to help our region improve outcomes in kindergarten readiness and 3rd grade reading. The High School to College Completion Educator Advisory Team is focusing on improving on-time graduation, college readiness, and post-secondary enrollment. And the English Language Learner Educator Advisory Team is focused on improving outcomes for these students throughout the entire education spectrum.
Each advisory team is working to shape how to best achieve the Road Map Project’s goal by pointing out programs and strategies that are working well, helping us shape strategies for expanding those successes to other schools and districts in our region, and identifying the key challenges and potential solutions we need to address in these three areas.
How to get involved:
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.