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Road Map Strategic Refresh Process

Community Leadership Team Application Now Open!

Thank you to the members of the Planning Group and everyone who contributed to the Road Map Project Strategic Refresh Process. At the December 2016 Education Results Meeting, new foundational project elements were shared with attendees, including a Road Map Project vision statement, values and revised goals. These will guide work moving forward, especially the implementation of the System-Wide Racial Equity Essentials and the formation of the new Road Map Project leadership body, the Community Leadership Team.

Community Leadership Team

The Road Map Project invites community leaders to serve on the Road Map Community Leadership Team, a group that will reflect the diversity of the region and will provide visionary leadership and community accountability for dramatically improving education results and closing the race/ethnicity achievement and opportunity gaps.

The purpose of this Community Leadership Team is to establish new project leadership that will elevate community aspirations, support the activation of community power, catalyze system change, and ensure results are achieved.

Learn more about the Community Leadership Team:

To apply, please complete this short application by May 3. You may also read the questions in advance here.

To learn more about the Community Leadership Team, all are welcome to participate in an upcoming information session:

  • In person: 12 p.m. – 1 p.m., Wednesday April 26, 2017, Tukwila Community Center
  • By phone: 9 a.m. – 10 a.m., Thursday April 27, 2017, 206-387-4520 (Passcode: 3579)
  • By phone: 5:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m., Thursday April 27, 2017, 206-387-4520 (Passcode: 3579)

If you would like more information about the Road Map Project Community Leadership Team or have any questions, please contact info@ccedresults.org or 206-838-6610.


Road Map Project Vision Statement

Every child and youth in South King County and South Seattle, particularly children of color and low-income children, thrives in their education, communities and life.

Road Map Project Core Values
We believe race should not be a predictor of education outcomes, yet education policies and practices have historically disenfranchised communities of color and low-income families. In order to achieve our vision and realize a future where every child and youth in our region are thriving in their education, communities and lives, we must be intentional about disrupting the inequities we strive to change.  The Road Map Project core values guide our approach to the work, and help us hold ourselves accountable to children, youth and communities.

This set of values was generated with input from Road Map Project stakeholders, initially through a survey sent to the Education Results Network.  The Road Map Strategic Refresh Planning Group added definitions and a framework for ensuring the work of the project adheres to the identified values.

  • Equity
  • Opportunity
  • Inclusion
  • Community
  • Social Justice
  • Collaboration
  • Accountability
  • Transparency


Road Map Project Goals
By 2020, we will increase equitable policies and practices in our education systems and dramatically improve outcomes for children and youth, from cradle through college and career; so that:

By 2030, we will eliminate the opportunity and achievement gaps impacting children of color and low-income children in South King County and South Seattle, and 70% of youth in the region will earn a college degree or career credential.


The Road Map Project launched in December 2010 and since then has worked to build a collective resolve to dramatically improve education results for the children growing up in South Seattle and South King County.  While there has been some significant progress in some parts of the Project, the region is currently not on track to achieve the Road Map Project 2020 goal, and for most indicators of student success the achievement and opportunity gaps for children and youth of color are persisting.  Important discussions with members of the Road Map Project Sponsors Group and Community Network Steering Committee in 2015 resulted in the identification of four areas to focus in the “second half of the Project”.

  • Increase the focus on racial equity and operationalize that focus throughout the Road Map Project
  • Increase parent and youth voice throughout the Road Map Project
  • Better organize advocacy at the state and local level for greater impact
  • Offer stronger support to key implementers


September 20th Education Results Network Meeting

August 23rd Joint Community Network & Project Sponsors Meeting Materials

July 27th Planning Group Meeting Materials

May 19th Planning Group Meeting Materials

April 13th Planning Group Meeting Materials

March 2nd Meeting Planning Group Materials

Student Engagement and Motivation: This data provides unique insights into the ways students perceive themselves and their learning environments.