The Road Map Project Aligned Funders group is open to all public and private funders of education efforts in the Road Map Project region. We meet every other month to...Learn More
Be part of our network
Want to be part of the Road Map Project? Get on our email list. You’ll get to learn more about work happening in our region, see what our partners are up to, and get invitations to our Education Results Networking gatherings. You can also see if any of our action teams or initiatives below are a good fit for you.
Action teams are multisector groups that meet regularly to steer the direction of the Road Map Project in specific focus areas. Action Teams include committees that oversee broad areas of work, advisory councils that identify key information, and work groups that carry out action plans toward our goals.
The Road Map Project Data Advisors Group is a multisector learning community of education researchers and data administrators from local governments, King County and Washington state government, as well as...Learn More
The Road Map Project English Language Learners Work Group, staffed by OneAmerica, pushes for systems-level change to create a more equitable educational experience for ELL students in the Road Map...Learn More
The Expanded Learning Opportunities Action Team wants young people to have consistent and high-quality after-school and summer programs to help them reach their full potential. We are focused on building...Learn More
King County is home to many innovative programs that help youth return to school or find employment opportunities, but until recently, lacked an aligned system in order to make the...Learn More
The Opportunity Youth Advisory Group works to improve outcomes for 16- to 24-year-olds who have not completed a high school or college credential and are not employed. This multisector group...Learn More
The Puget Sound Coalition for College and Career Readiness is a group of leaders from Road Map Project region K-12 and higher education systems, as well as the Puget Sound...Learn More
The Puget Sound College & Career Network aims to remove barriers so that students who are of color, first generation and/or impacted by poverty have the opportunity and support to...Learn More
After the 2016 Road Map Project Family Engagement Institute, the Community Center for Education Results continued working with regional partners and the Institute for Educational Leadership to build capacity in...Learn More
For young people to succeed in school, work, and life, they must have access to learning environments where every child feels safe, supported, connected, and inspired to learn and thrive....Learn More
Road Map Project initiatives are campaigns, projects, or programs that target specific barriers to education equity. These initiatives are opportunities for anyone in the community to join us in helping our region’s students succeed.
The local Black community has a long tradition of advocacy that extends beyond current district, city, and state efforts. Our Black youth and families know all too well that the...Learn More
Educators want to better support their students for life beyond high school, but they need the tools, skills, and strategies to implement change. The College and Career Leadership Institute provides...Learn More
All children and youth should know about the endless possibilities their futures hold. DiscoverU is an exciting week in the fall for our community to come together and help students...Learn More
Local Improvement Networks bring together district leaders, school teams, and community partners to improve early learning and elementary outcomes for students of color. The groups work together to better prepare...Learn More
Building a reengagement system for our region’s opportunity youth is more than just starting programs. Providers need high-quality tools and approaches to support young people who have been pushed out of traditional...Learn More
Reconnect to Opportunity, or ReOpp, supports young people ages 16 to 24 who have not finished high school, as well as those who have finished but are unsure about their...Learn More
Worksite tours give high school students the chance to visit a workplace and see what a company does, hear from employees about their educational and professional pathways, and participate in...Learn More
The Speak Your Language campaign was founded to close the gap in education opportunity for immigrant students by highlighting the inherent value of multilingualism as a student asset. The campaign...Learn More