The Road Map Project Goal is to double the number of students in South King County and South Seattle who are on track to graduate from college or earn a career credential by 2020. We are committed to nothing less than closing the unacceptable achievement gaps for low-income students and children of color, and increasing achievement for all students from cradle to college and career.
Leaders and activists from many sectors are building the Road Map Project together. No one organization or person working alone can achieve great results at the scale we need. We must work together as never before, all in pursuit of a common agenda. Parents, schools, and the community all have important roles to play in achieving our ambitious yet achievable goal.
Education results for kids growing up in South King County and South Seattle are unacceptable. If we aim only for small annual gains we won’t achieve our goal – now is the time for bold moves.
We must do a great job supporting students all the way along, from birth and early learning, through K-12, and on to achieving a college degree or career credential. Each stage of a child’s development is important – there is no shortcut to student success.
The Road Map Project is committed to supporting King County’s areas of highest need. The Road Map Region is home to:
Like many metropolitan areas, the Road Map Region is experiencing the suburbanization of poverty and new regional responses are needed.
It is happening every day all over our region. Our job is to find the great work and help scale it up so that it spreads throughout the Road Map Region.
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.