This report from the Aspen Institute Forum for Community Solutions features work in communities where district-community collaboration has supported large-scale reengagement of opportunity youth. The Road Map Project region is ...Read More
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Eliminating structural barriers to educational attainment is a critical goal of the Road Map Project and its partners. As students and families well know, and as supported by education research, ...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
In 2015, several partner organizations in the Road Map Project began to analyze and review basic education funding in Washington State. This analysis, called Follow the Money, aims to share ...Read More
Community collaborative groups such as the Road Map Project that work on issues impacting opportunity youth operate within a context of structural inequity that makes achieving equitable outcomes challenging. This report ...Read More
This report from the Aspen Institute Forum for Community Solutions looks at the ways in which opportunity youth collaborative groups around the country have been removing barriers and improving systems ...Read More