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
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English learners and students with disabilities both need educational supports to succeed in school. However, the kinds of support these two groups of students need may be different, and not ...Read More
The Road Map Project emphasizes the use of data to encourage strategic action, drive continuous improvement, and support collective accountability. Our annual Results Reports serve as regional report cards. They ...Read More
The 2015 Results Report presents the most recent data on the Indicators of Student Success, which are critical student achievement milestones. This year’s performance—like the year before—is mixed. We see ...Read More
The 2014 Results Report contains data on important student success milestones. This report shows progress being made in the South Seattle and South King County region, but more work must ...Read More