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 with any questions or comments. 

Save the date for the annual week-long celebration 
of college and career exploration!

Road Map Project Strategic Refresh Process
As many of our partners know, for the past few months the staff at CCER, along with numerous partners and a volunteer planning team, have been engaged in a Strategic Refresh Process to start the conversation around how we can most effectively approach systems change with racial equity and community engagement at the core.

CCER's Executive Director Mary Jean Ryan has written a blog, "Exploring the Roads to Success," outlining the steps taken up to this point and how we plan to move forward with gathering more input from various stakeholders, including the Education Results Network.

We'd like to invite you to join us for an Education Results Network meeting, where we will be seeking your input on important questions related to the 2020 goal, how we can deepen commitment to systems change in our region, bringing research and implementation support closer to communities and amplify student and family voice within the Road Map Project. 

More info on the ERN meeting is below, and you can click the image or here to register
Inaugural Family Engagement Institute is Next Week
More than 150 local educators, families, district officials and other family engagement stakeholders will convene in SeaTac next week to attend a variety of workshops and plenaries put on by local experts as well as national leaders in the fields of family and community engagement. 

We are excited for the opportunity to further integrate family and community engagement into our region's education system and learn from a variety of voices and perspectives! 

To view more details about the Institute and related resources, visit our website.