When the pandemic hit in 2020, school districts in the Road Map Project region began issuing emergency credit waivers (established and authorized by the Washington State Board of Education) to ...Read More
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Our resources include research reports, data briefs, how-to guides, and more. You can learn more about education equity issues in the Road Map Project region, find information to use for advocacy, or discover ways to join our efforts to change systems for student success.
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Equity & Impact: Community at the Center
The last two years have exacerbated the inequities communities of color and low-income communities face in our region and across the nation. Amid the pandemic and a national reckoning on ...Read More
Our Rising Voices: A Call to Action to Support Emergent Multilingual Students
For too long, our education systems have treated “English language learners” as a problem to be managed and minimized. Our Rising Voices: A Call to Action to Support Emergent Multilingual ...Read More
2019 Results Report
The Road Map Project’s 2019 Annual Results Report is now available. Please read it with the awareness that the report was written right before the outbreak of the COVID-19 global ...Read More
2018 Results Report
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
Celebrating the Power of Bilingualism: Community Organizing and Advocacy for English Learner and Multilingual Student Success in South King County and Washington State
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