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!

500+ attendees help honor Celebration of Success Exhibitors
Thank you to everyone who attended the Celebration of Success event last week! Parents, students, community organizations, school districts, education leaders, philanthropists, elected officials and many more gathered at the Museum of Flight to celebrate 30 education efforts focused on closing the opportunity gap and supporting racial equity throughout the region. 

Many thanks to our photographers from Youth in Focus and VDB Photography for capturing the highlights of the event. We would also like to extend a thank you to our media partners for the event, KCTS 9 and Sound Publishing, and of course we can't forget the generous sponsors who made the event possible: The Boeing Company, BECU, Social Venture Partners, Pacifica Law Group and United Way of King County. 

Here are links to Celebration of Success-related content:
CCER is hiring for two director-level positions
CCER currently has openings for two positions, Director of Data Strategy and Director of Community Partnerships. Please visit our Jobs page to learn more about these openings and view the full job descriptions!

Congratulations to students awarded the Seal of Biliteracy

On June 1, several students were honored at the Seattle Public Schools Board meeting for receiving the Washington State Seal of Biliteracy. Congratulations to all the students who were awarded! To learn more about the Seal of Biliteracy and the Home Language Campaign, check out this post from the Southeast Seattle Education Coalition. 
Learn how a nurse is using Vroom with her own child and the families she works with

A nurse from Public Health - Seattle & King County's Nurse Family Partnership shares how she uses the early-learning tool personally and professionally on the Public Health Insider blog.