The Road Map Project is focused on seven school districts: Auburn, Federal Way, Highline, Kent, Renton, Tukwila and Seattle (South Seattle schools only).
There are about 119,000 students in the Road Map region.
In the Road Map region, fully two-thirds — 79,000 — of K-12 students are non-white.
From August 2011 to June 2012, the Road Map Small Grants Fund awarded more than $75,650 to 21 organizations.
More than 200 people attended the May 2012 Common Core Symposium, which featured three out-of-state experts, four plenary sessions and three afternoon breakout sessions.
More than 1,000 people receive regular Road Map Project updates via our e-newsletter.
More than 200 people attended the Road Map Project Results Report release on Dec. 13, 2012.
167 different primary languages are spoken in the Road Map region.
The state now requires districts to report courses using shared course names. Prior to this policy there were 115 different names used for Spanish classes by Road Map school districts, now there are 13—making data crunching much easier!
66% of students in the Road Map region are students of color.
58% of students in the Road Map region are low income.
Since the College Bound Scholarship Program was launched, nearly 15,000 students in the Road Map Project region have signed up.
40,000 flyers were distributed at 123 elementary schools in the Road Map region as part of the 2012 Let’s Read campaign.
Only 29% of eligible children are served by formal early learning programs in the Road Map region (including ECEAP, Head Start and Seattle Step Ahead).
37% of full-day kindergarten students in the Road Map region are English Language Learners.
28 FAFSA completion events were held in the Road Map region in 2012.
85% of Class of 2012 high school seniors who signed up for the College Bound Scholarship submitted the FAFSA.
In 2011-12, 89% of eligible students in the Road Map region signed up for the College Bound Scholarship.