Road Map Project unveils new website
August 20, 2012 · 3:22 PM
The Road Map Project, a community-wide effort to improve education in South Seattle and South King County, has unveiled its new website, www.roadmapproject.org.
This site is the product of feedback and insight from many individuals and organizations that support the Road Map Project's goal to double the number of students in South Seattle and South King County who are on track to graduate with a college degree or career credential by 2020. Additionally, the project is working to close the unacceptable achievement gaps for low-income children and children of color.
Roadmapproject.org aims to encourage people and groups to plug in and align with the project while also providing updates about improvements in education in South Seattle and South King County.
Here are some of the site's features:
· Data Bytes -- These data snapshots showcase interesting findings and patterns from across the Road Map Project region.
· Bright Spots -- There is a lot of great work happening in the region and Bright Spots are where this positive momentum is highlighted.
· Project Hub -- These pages provide information about the Road Map Project's many work groups and the people contributing to them.
· Get Involved -- This section of the website lists hands-on ways you can help improve education in the community.
· History of the Road Map Project -- Head to this page for an in-depth "living history" of the Road Map Project.
· Connect -- Each page now features links to connect to the Road Map Project via Facebook, Twitter and e-newletter.
About the Community Center for Education results
The Community Center for Education Results staffs the Road Map Project, a community-wide effort aimed at dramatically improving student achievement from cradle to college and career in South King County and South Seattle. The project builds off of the belief that collective effort is necessary to make large-scale change and has created a common goal and shared vision in order to facilitate coordinated action, both inside and outside schools. For more information, go to www.roadmapproject.org.