Reengaging opportunity youth (16- to 24-year-olds disengaged from work and school) is an important area of work in our region. In 2016, all Washington State Open Doors Programs submitted student-level data to Washington State Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction. This report reviews the data landscape to understand prevalence, barriers, and outcomes for the region’s opportunity youth. Data is used to support improved state data collection, program evaluation, and program data use.

CCER fulfilled community and direct service provider requests from the King County Reengagement Network and the Road Map Project’s Advisory Groups. The goal of this document is to provide a foundation of information from which indicators of system and youth success can be created and tracked over time.


Suggested citation:

Yohalem, N. & Cooley, S. (July 2016). Opportunity Youth in the Road Map Project Region Summative Data Report. Seattle, WA: Community Center for Education Results.

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