The Road Map Project’s latest annual report on education across seven King County school districts shows a rapidly changing region that’s not meeting the needs of its K-12 students. Yet, ...Read More
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Thirty-nine percent of Road Map Project students are multilingual—and the number is growing. Our education systems must shift towards programs and policies that reflect our diverse and growing student body. Celebrating ...Read More
The Road Map Project 2017 Results Report on the state of education in South King County and South Seattle shows that now—more than ever—is the time to organize collectively across sectors and ...Read More
This study examined the progress of English learner students attending schools participating in the Road Map Project, a cradle-to-career initiative involving seven high-poverty, low-performing school districts in the metropolitan Seattle ...Read More
This study describes patterns in advanced coursetaking among four groups of high school students in Washington state: current English learner students, monitored English learner students (reclassified as English proficient within ...Read More