Scopes of Work

Scopes of Work for each project contained in the Road Map District Consortium’s Race to the Top grant application received final approval from the U.S. Department of Education on September 20, 2013.

Project 1Invest in Teaching and Leading
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Program Evaluation
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Project 2 – Develop a Regional Data Portal & Data Sharing Agreements
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Project Management
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Project 3AEstablish a High-Functioning PreK-3rd Grade System Region-Wide
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Deep Dive 1 – Kent East Hill Partnership
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Project 3BInvestment Fund for PreK-3rd Grade Strategies and Systems at the Community Level
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Deep Dive 2 – White Center Partnership
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Project 4Expand the Effective Use of Digital STEM Tools
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Deep Dive 3 – Investment Fund to Develop Additional Community-School Partnerships
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Project 5Create a Regional System for Career Awareness and Exploration
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Commitment 1Summer Reading Plans
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Project 6Create an Integrated System of Middle and High School Advising
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Commitment 3 – Next Generation Science Standards
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Project 7Adopt the College Board College & Career Readiness Pathway
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Commitment 4 – Double Completion of Algebra or Higher in Eighth Grade
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Project 8College & Career Readiness Investment Fund
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Commitment 5 – Full Integration of the High School and Beyond Plan
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