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  • From Cradle to College and Career
    Road Map for Education Results
    1
    Earn a college degree or career credential
    Graduate from high school - college and career ready
    Supported and successful in school
    Healthy and ready for Kindergarten
    Road Map for Education Results
    www.ccedresults.org
  • 2
    What is the Road Map for Education Results?
    The “Road Map Project” is a new collective impact initiative aimed at getting dramatic improvement in student achievement – cradle through college/career in South Seattle and South King County.
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    Graduate from high school- college and career ready
    Earn a college degree or career credential
    Healthy and ready for Kindergarten
    Supported and successful in school
    Road Map for Education Results
    www.ccedresults.org
  • 3
    Focus on Communities with Greatest Need
    The Road Map for Education Results is focusing on nine communities in South Seattle and South King County.
    The communities are:AuburnBurienDes MoinesFederal WayKentRentonSeaTacCentral Seattle, South East Seattle and portions of South West SeattleTukwilaPortions of unincorporated King County
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    Road Map for Education Results
    www.ccedresults.org
  • Post Secondary attainment is increasingly important in today’s job market –especially in King County
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    By 2018, 67% of jobs in Washington will require postsecondary education.
    This is 4 percentage points above the national average of 63%.
    Washington ranks 6th in postsecondary education intensity for 2018.
    Source: The Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce
    Source: Georgetown University Center for Education and the Workforce
    Road Map for Education Results
    www.ccedresults.org
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  • 5
    Only 1 Out of Every 4 King County Residents Who Have a Bachelor’s Degree or Higher Were Born Here
    Population 25 Years and Over with Bachelor’s, Graduate or Professional Degree, by Place of Birth
    Percent of Degree Holders Born In State of Residence
    Percent of Degree Holders Born in Other State/Country
    74%
    71%
    74%
    74%
    58%
    51%
    47%
    71%
    58%
    U.S.
    King County
    Massachusetts
    Minnesota
    Source: Jones, Dennis and Kelly, Patrick “The Emerging Policy Triangle: Economic Development, Workforce Development, and Education.” Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education (May 2007)
    Road Map for Education Results
    www.ccedresults.org
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    6
    The Majority of Children in the Road Map Region are Not Ready for School When They Begin Kindergarten
    Percent of Kindergarten Students Meeting DIBELS Standard, by District (2009)
    Percent of Auburn Students Meeting DIBELS Standard, by Sub-Group (2009)
    73%
    61%
    59%
    42%
    50%
    41%
    33%
    Auburn DIBELS perfor-mance, by sub-group
    29%
    28%
    30%
    26%
    Auburn
    Tukwila
    Highline
    Lake Washington (Benchmark)
    Renton
    Hispanic
    Asian
    Pacific Islander
    White
    Native Am.
    Black
    Source: 2009 DIBELS data from PSESD
    Road Map for Education Results
    www.ccedresults.org
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    Within Our Region, Large Achievement Gaps Between Low-Income and Non-Low-Income Students Exist from an Early Age
    Supported and Successful in School
    Percent Proficient on 3rd Grade Reading (2010)
    Percent Proficient on 3rd Grade Reading (2010)
    Source: OSPI
    Road Map for Education Results
    www.ccedresults.org
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    And Those Disparities Between Low-Income and Non-Low-Income Students Persist into Middle School.
    Supported and Successful in School
    Percent Proficient on 7th Grade Math (2010)
    Percent Proficient on 7th Grade Math (2010)
    Source: OSPI
    Road Map for Education Results
    www.ccedresults.org
  • Tale of Two Pipelines: Cleveland HS vs. Bellevue HS
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    Source: Graduation data from OSPI for Class of 2008, college data from College Tracking Data Services (BERC Group) for Class of 2008
    Road Map for Education Results
    www.ccedresults.org
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    Postsecondary Attainment – Particularly Among Students of Color – is Shockingly Low
    Student Progression, 9th Grade to College/Credential Completion
    100%
    Asian
    100%
    White
    83%
    81%
    Black
    80%
    68%
    66%
    66%
    Hispanic
    61%
    58%
    60%
    Native American
    45%
    44%
    41%
    38%
    40%
    34%
    31%
    31%
    25%
    21%
    20%
    20%
    12%
    11%
    10%
    0%
    Graduate HS
    Enroll in PS
    Attain Credential
    Return for 2nd Year of PS
    Enrolled in 9th Grade
    Note: Data is for high school graduating class of 2004 in the Road Map region, including Auburn, Federal Way, Highline, Kent, Renton, Tukwila and South Seattle public schools. Seattle high schools include Cleveland, Franklin, Garfield, Rainier Beach, Sealth, and South Lake.
    Source: OSPI The BERC Group, College Tracking Data Services
    Road Map for Education Results
    www.ccedresults.org
  • Great Progress is Possible
    11
    Parent Child Home Program
    IBEST – Integrated Basic Education and Skills Training
    Martin Sortun Elementary
    Urban League Scholars
    “Be the Change”
    Road Map for Education Results
    www.ccedresults.org
  • STRIVE – Cincinnati
    Bridging Richmond – Richmond, VA
    55,000 Degrees – Louisville, KY
    The Portland Schools Foundation – Portland
    E3 Alliance – Austin
    Promise Neighborhood Harlem/National Replication
    Ready by 21
    Say Yes to Education - Syracuse
    12
    Other communities are organizing for action too
    Road Map for Education Results
    www.ccedresults.org
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    Road Map Phase I – Building the Road Map
    Pathway to success for our students, our community, and our economy.
    Phase II
    Strategies for Action
    2011 – 2012
    Phase III
    Collective Action
    2012
    Phase I
    Building the Road Map
    Apr 2010 – Dec 2010
    Road Map for Education Results
    www.ccedresults.org
  • The Road Map for Education Results
    Our goal is to double the number of students in South King County and South Seattle who are on track to graduate from college or earn a career credential by 2020. We are committed to nothing less than closing the unacceptable achievement gaps for low income students and children of color, and increasing achievement for all students from cradle to college and career.
    Readiness
    Attainment
    Achievement
    Graduate from high school --college and career-ready
    Healthy and ready for Kindergarten
    Supported and successful in school
    Earn a college degree or career credential
    We will report on our progress using the following measures:1
    • % students proficient in 3rdgrade reading
    • % students proficient in 4thgrade math
    • % 9th graders who pass end of course algebra exam
    • % students motivated and engaged to succeed in school3
    • % students who are not triggering all three Early Warning indicators4
    • % of parents who believe a college degree is important and actively support their child’s education
    • % students graduating high school meeting proposed Washington State graduation requirements5
    • % students who take SAT/ACT and/or take a community college placement test in high school
    • % high school graduates who take developmental education courses in college
    • % students who earn a post-secondary credential by age 26
    • % students who enroll in postsecondary education
    • % students who persist year to year
    • % children meeting kindergarten readiness standards 2
    • % children accessing comprehensive medical and dental care
    • % eligible children enrolled in evidence-based early learning programs
    1We will also track a full range of indicators and wherever possible we will disaggregate by race, ethnicity and income. 2Measured by WaKIDS= Washington Kindergarten Inventory of Developing Skills; DIBELS = Dynamic Indicators of Basic Early Literacy. 3 Combination of data on internal motivation, engagement (behavior, emotional, cognitive), and academic grit from existing student climate surveys4 Triggering all three Early Warning Indicators would entail having ever had 5 absences in a school year, an F in a core course, and a suspension/expulsion. 5As per WA State Board of Education proposal.
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    Road Map Phase II – Strategies for Action
    Phase II
    Strategies for Action
    2011 – 2012
    Phase III
    Collective Action
    2012
    Phase I
    Building the Road Map
    Apr 2010 – Dec 2010
    Road Map for Education Results
    www.ccedresults.org
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    2020 Goal
    Indicators
    Strategies
    K12
    P- 3
    HS –> College/ Career Credential
    Aligned Organizational Actions
    Data
    Community Engagement / Advocacy
    Funder Alignment
    Road Map for Education Results
    www.ccedresults.org
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    Collect and report data
    “Developing a shared measurement system is essential to collective impact”1
    • Establish a Data work group to vet Road Map strategies
    • Define what it means to be “on track” for the 2020 goal and for closing achievement gaps
    • Collect and report baseline and results data; topical reports
    • Share reports with Road Map partners and networks
    • Strengthen regional data capability
    2015
    2014
    2013
    2012
    2011
    1Collective Impact; John Kania & Mark Kramer, Stanford Social Innovation Review Winter 2011
    Road Map for Education Results
    www.ccedresults.org
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    Engage community and build public will
    A network of Road Map affiliated community organizations and activists
    will be organized as the Road Map Community Network.
    • Advocates Caucus will be created as subgroup of the Network
    • Support strong parent and youth involvement
    Road Map for Education Results
    www.ccedresults.org
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    Align Investments
    • Establish Road Map Funders Group
    • Encourage funder’s use of Road Map goals and indicators in grant making
    • Support opportunities for leverage and collaboration
    • Analyze existing Road Map resources – work on funder alignment and improved collective returns
    Road Map for Education Results
    www.ccedresults.org
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    2020 Goal
    Indicators
    Strategies
    K12
    P- 3
    HS –> College/ Career Credential
    Aligned Organizational Actions
    Data
    Community Engagement / Advocacy
    Funder Alignment
    Road Map for Education Results
    www.ccedresults.org
  • Full Set of Key Indicators to Be Tracked
    Supported and successful in school
    Earn a college degree or career credential
    Healthy and ready for Kindergarten
    Graduate from high school - college and career ready
    Please check all that apply to your organization’s work:
    Graduation Indicators:
    • % of high school students who graduate high school (cohort graduation rate + extended cohort graduation rate)
    • % of high school graduates who meet proposed Washington State graduation requirements
    • % students who take SAT/ACT and/or take community college placement test in high school
    • % high school graduates who take developmental education courses in college
    K-12 Indicators:
    • % students enrolled in full day kindergarten
    • % students proficient in 3rd grade reading
    • % students proficient in 4th grade math
    • % elementary students who start and complete the year at the same school
    • % students in 6th grade passing all classes (C or above in all classes)
    • % students proficient in 7th grade math and reading
    • % students proficient in 8th grade science
    • % 9th graders who pass end of course algebra exam
    • % students in 9th grade passing of all core classes with a grade level C or above
    • % students proficient in 10th grade math
    • % students motivated and engaged to succeed in school
    • % students who are not triggering all three Early Warning indicators4 (ever having had 5 absences in a school year, and an F in a core course, and a suspension/expulsion )
    • % of parents who believe a college degree is important and actively support their child’s education
    • % of schools that are rated “Good” (4.00) or better on the State Accountability Index
    • % of ELL students who gain one or more level of English proficiency each year
    • % eligible 8th-12th graders signed up for and on track to receive College Bound scholarship
    • % of students triggering less than 6 of 13 physical/mental health and safety items on the Healthy Youth Survey
    • % students exhibiting ‘21st century' social skills
    Early Childhood Indicators:
    • % children meeting standard on WaKIDS or measures of early literacy, e.g. DIBELS
    • % children utilizing a health care home
    • % eligible children enrolled in ECEAP, Early Head Start, Head Start, and other evidence-based early learning programs,
    • % children with untreated tooth decay
    • % families reading to their children daily
    • % children born less than 2500 grams
    • % mothers who report breastfeeding at 2 months post partum
    • % children ages birth to 5 identified as having special learning needs who received appropriate services
    • % licensed child care centers and family home child care providers performing at Level 3 or above on an Environmental Rating Scale(ERS)
    • % families reporting increases in protective factors, e.g., knowledge of parenting and child development, and social and emotional competence of children, on the Protective Factors Survey
    Post-Secondary Indicators:
    • % students who earn a postsecondary credential by age 26 (Credential = any degree, apprenticeship, or certificate AND at least 45 college-level credits)
    • % of students on Free & Reduced Lunch who received a PELL grant
    • % students who enroll in postsecondary education
    • % students who persist year to year
    • % students enrolled in postsecondary education who complete college-level English and math within one year of enrollment
    • % students enrolled in postsecondary education who complete 30 college level credits within two years of enrollment
    • % students employed within 1 year and 5 years after completing or leaving postsecondary education, including wage
    • % of students who did not complete high school who achieve a postsecondary credential
    Bolded indicators = data is readily obtainable. Recommendations provided by Road Map work groups
  • United Way Parent Child Home Program –Aresearch-based early literacy and school readiness program for hard-to-reach families. The program engages isolated, diverse, low-income families where it matters-in their homes-and coaches parents to become adept teachers for their young children.
    Healthy and ready for Kindergarten
    Supported and successful in school
    Graduate from high school - college and career ready
    Earn a college degree or career credential
    K-12 Indicators:
    • % students proficient in 3rd grade reading
    Graduation Indicators:
    • % of high school students who graduate high school (cohort graduation rate + extended cohort graduation rate)
    Early Childhood Indicators:
    • % children meeting standard on WaKIDS or measures of early literacy, e.g. DIBELS
    • % eligible children enrolled in ECEAP, Early Head Start, Head Start, and other evidence-based early learning programs,
    • % families reporting increases in protective factors, e.g., knowledge of parenting and child development, and social and emotional competence of children, on the Protective Factors Survey
  • Powerful Schools -- Works to reduces the academic achievement gap by creating strong partnerships with public schools to help children thrive. Through literacy, arts, after-school and leadership programs, we ensure all children succeed both in and out of school.
    Healthy and ready for Kindergarten
    Graduate from high school - college and career ready
    Earn a college degree or career credential
    Supported and successful in school
    K-12 Indicators:
    • % students proficient in 3rd grade reading
    • % students motivated and engaged to succeed in school
    • % parents who believe a college degree is important and actively support their child’s education
    Early Childhood Indicators:
    • % children meeting standard on WaKIDS or measures of early literacy, e.g. DIBELS
  • Community Schools Collaboration -- Provides integrated programs help students and their families build the skills and assets they need for academic and personal success.
    Supported and successful in school
    Healthy and ready for Kindergarten
    Graduate from high school - college and career ready
    Earn a college degree or career credential
    K-12 Indicators:
    • % students proficient in 3rd grade reading
    • % students proficient in 4th grade math
    • % elementary students who start and complete the year at the same school
    • % students proficient in 7th grade math and reading
    • % students motivated and engaged to succeed in school
    • % students who are not triggering all three Early Warning indicators4 (ever having had 5 absences in a school year, and an F in a core course, and a suspension/expulsion)
    • % of parents who believe a college degree is important and actively support their child’s education
    • % of ELL students who gain one or more level of English proficiency each year
    • % of schools that are rated “Good” (4.00) or better on the State Accountability Index
    • % eligible 8th-12th graders signed up for and on track to receive College Bound scholarship
    • % of students triggering less than 6 of 13 physical/mental health and safety items on the Healthy Youth Survey
  • City of Seattle Families & Education Levy-- Key Indicators to Be Tracked
    Supported and successful in school
    Healthy and ready for Kindergarten
    Graduate from high school - college and career ready
    Earn a college degree or career credential
    K-12 Indicators:
    • % students proficient in 3rd grade reading
    • % students proficient in 4th grade math
    • % students in 6th grade passing all classes (C or above in all classes)
    • % students proficient in 7th grade math and reading
    • % students in 9th grade passing of all core classes with a grade level C or above
    • % students proficient in 10th grade math
    • % students who are not triggering all three Early Warning indicators4 (ever having had 5 absences in a school year, and an F in a core course, and a suspension/expulsion)
    Early Childhood Indicators:
    • % children meeting standard on WaKIDS or measures of early literacy, e.g. DIBELS
    • % children utilizing a health care home
    • % eligible children enrolled in ECEAP, Early Head Start, Head Start, and other evidence-based early learning programs
    Graduation Indicators:
    • % high school students who graduate high school (cohort graduation rate + extended cohort graduation rate)
  • Seattle Jobs Initiative -- creates opportunities for people to support themselves and their families through living wage careers.
    Supported and successful in school
    Healthy and ready for Kindergarten
    Graduate from high school - college and career ready
    Earn a college degree or career credential
    Post-Secondary Indicators:
    • % students who earn a postsecondary credential by age 26 (Credential = any degree, apprenticeship, or certificate AND at least 45 college-level credits)
    • % of students on Free & Reduced Lunch who received a PELL grant
    • % students who enroll in postsecondary education
    • % students who persist year to year
    • % students enrolled in postsecondary education who complete college-level English and math within one year of enrollment
    • % students enrolled in postsecondary education who complete 30 college level credits within two years of enrollment
    • % students employed within 1 year and 5 years after completing or leaving postsecondary education, including wage
    • % of students who did not complete high school who achieve a postsecondary credential
  • Seattle University Youth Initiative: innovative Initiative will unite Seattle University and the wider community to create a pipeline of support for low-income and vulnerable youth and families living in the Bailey Gatzert neighborhood while significantly enhancing the University’s educational programs.
    Supported and successful in school
    Healthy and ready for Kindergarten
    Graduate from high school - college and career ready
    Earn a college degree or career credential
    K-12 Indicators:
    • % students proficient in 3rd grade reading
    • % students proficient in 4th grade math
    • % 9th graders who pass end of course algebra exam
    • % elementary students who start and complete the year at the same school
    • % students motivated and engaged to succeed in school
    • % students who are not triggering all three Early Warning indicators(ever having had 5 absences in a school year, and an F in a core course, and a suspension/expulsion )
    • % of parents who believe a college degree is important and actively support their child’s education
    • % % of ELL students who gain one or more level of English proficiency each year
    • % children meeting standard on WaKIDS or measures of early literacy, e.g. DIBELS
    • % children utilizing a health care home
    • % eligible children enrolled in ECEAP, Early Head Start, Head Start, and other evidence-based early learning programs
    Post-Secondary Indicators:
    • % students who enroll in postsecondary education
    Graduation Indicators:
    • % of high school graduates who meet proposed Washington State graduation requirements
    • % students who take SAT/ACT and/or take community college placement test in high school
    • % high school graduates who take developmental education courses in college
    Early Childhood Indicators:
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    2020 Goal
    Indicators
    Strategies
    K12
    P- 3
    HS –> College/ Career Credential
    Aligned Organizational Actions
    Data
    Community Engagement / Advocacy
    Funder Alignment
    Road Map for Education Results
    www.ccedresults.org
  • Road Map for Education Results
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    Building the “how” together
    Community
    Network
    Building awareness and public will for change
    Strategy Work Groups
    Building a common agenda
    K-12 and Community College Presidents Group
    Connecting system leaders
    Education Results Network
    Provide input and building connections
    Road Map
    Aligned Funders
    Investing for greater system impact
    The Road Map Project
    Data
    Advisors
    Ensuring it all adds up
    Project
    Sponsors
    Provide strategic direction
    CCER Staff and Consultant Team
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    Graduate from high school - college and career ready
    Earn a college degree or career credential
    Healthy and ready for Kindergarten
    Supported and successful in school
    Thank You!
    Road Map for Education Results
    www.ccedresults.org