Opportunity youth face a complex set of current barriers and past difficulties. These youth also have strengths, and there are numerous opportunities for reengagement. This report, conducted by the Washington ...Read More
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Road Map Project region communities of African descent and K-12 school districts want to know more about Black/African American outcomes, disaggregated by student ethnicity. However, as of the release of ...Read More
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 ...Read More
In 2013, the Road Map Project began a multiyear formative evaluation process with Education Northwest to identify where progress is being made and where challenges still exist in realizing the ...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
While rates of residential mobility have declined on average in the United States, low-income families across the country continue to move at higher rates. Children are often impacted by these ...Read More