Strive Partnership Inspired 'Road Map' Project Launches in Seattle

The Community Center for Education Results in Seattle has launched what they are calling the "Road Map" project, which "seeks to identify problems by culling data from multiple sources, then motivating stakeholders to help with fixes -- whether or not they're legally obligated to do so."

The program was inspired by the Strive Partnership in Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky.

For more about the King County initiative, visit www.ccedresults.org.

Read about this new initiative: 'Road Map' project aims to fix shortcomings in schools

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