The Road Map Project is a region-wide effort aimed at improving education to drive dramatic improvement in student achievement from cradle to college and career in South King County and South Seattle. 

The Road Map Project is supported by the Community Center for Education Results (CCER), a nonprofit organization.

Below, you'll find updates from around the Road Map Project. Please email info@ccedresults.org with any questions or comments. 

Show off your great work!

We're excited to announce the 2016 Celebration of Success! This event will feature exhibits of successful efforts that are supporting racial equity, working to close the opportunity gap and demonstrating promising results for low-income students, children of color and students who have historically been disadvantaged.
 
Are you working on a successful effort you'd like to share? Apply now to be an Exhibitor at the Celebration of Success. The application period closes April 27. Click the following link for more information or to apply: roadmapproject.org/get-involved/celebration-of-success
 
The application process is open to any partnership, innovation, collaboration or program that is supporting racial equity, working to close the opportunity gap and demonstrating promising results for low-income students, children of color and students who have historically been disadvantaged. The effort must be located in the Road Map Project or Road Map Race to the Top region of Seattle and South King County.
 
Due to space limitations, the Celebration of Success will be invitation-only. Please email 2016success@ccedresults.org with any questions. Thank you!
 
-The CCER team
Introdu cing Reconnect to Opportunity



Reconnect to Opportunity (aka ReOpp) is a new regional outreach effort to connect opportunity youth -- young people ages 16-24 who have not graduated from high school -- to education and employment opportunities. ReOpp is supported by King County Employment and Education Resources and CCER. So far, the ReOpp team has received over 100 referrals and has re-enrolled 52 young people in local education pathways. Partnerships are being developed with housing authorities, libraries and the youth homelessness, juvenile justice and reengagement sectors. Efforts are also underway to hire young people as peer outreach workers. 

To get reconnected, young people can submit a simple online form at the new ReOpp website (reopp.org) or call the hotline at 206-263-8244. 

If you want to learn more or are interested in getting flyers or cards to share with young people or outreach staff you work with, please contact Mario at mario.bailey@kingcounty.gov.

Looking for more information? Check out the Traffic Report

Want to learn more about what's going on across the Road Map Project? The Road Map Traffic Report is an e-newsletter that provides detailed updates on Road Map Project work -- from cradle to college and career. You can view the most recent issue by  clicking here
 
If you are interested in receiving the Road Map Traffic Report, please email  info@ccedresults.org .