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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.



Hello and happy Thursday! 

Please scroll down for a few Road Map Project updates, including information about a funding opportunity, job opening, STEM-focused campaign and new parent engagement program in our region. 

Have questions? Please email info@ccedresults.orgThank you for all that you do!


Renton School District starts parent engagement program


The Renton School District has launched a parent engagement program that recognizes and supports parents, guardians and primary caretakers as the first and strongest influence in their child's life. The program, Parent Academy for Student Achievement (PASA), offers independent sessions over the course of nine weeks for parents of young children. Each session is designed to support sharing of information and resources. Session topics include: playing to learn, recognizing and achieving developmental milestones, and communicating and collaborating with schools. The sessions are led by Parent Peer Trainers from the school communities and are taught in multiple languages. Through this learning experience, participants form community connections with each other that support the future of all children. 


The Kent School District also has a PASA program, and many other Road Map Project districts are building or strengthening their own parent engagement efforts. To read more about this growing momentum, please visit the Engaging Parents section of the 2014 Results Report.  




Proposals wanted for Safeco Education Initiative


The Safeco Insurance Fund is now accepting proposals for 2015-16 program funding.

In 2009, Safeco Insurance Fund launched its first Education Initiative, awarding $500,000 to 21 community organizations. Through 2014, the foundation's total investment in the initiative climbed to nearly $4.2 million. The Education Initiative operates on a two-year cycle.


The goal of the initiative is to improve the educational achievements and opportunities for disadvantaged youth in our communities, and to locate and support educational programs that build on prior academic successes.

Proposals are due May 4.  Please click here to learn more.




Attention teachers: Funding available for math and science projects


The South King County STEM Network and are offering teachers in the Road Map Project region support to fund math and science classroom projects. Up to $2,000! Please click here to see a PDF of the eligibility criteria. This campaign will run until April 30. If you are a teacher or know teachers, please spread the word about this opportunity!


As a reminder, the "Teacher Friends & Family" campaign that was launched to mark the 2014 Results Report release is still happening. You can read more about that opportunity by clicking here.



CCER seeking applications for Communications Coordinator job 

CCER is looking for a Communications Coordinator! This would be a great job for someone who has passion for connecting with people and communities, and can excel in a fast-moving environment. Click here to view a PDF of the job description. Applications will be accepted through April 30.