Sujata Agrawal, Author at Eastside Pathways
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The world as we have created it is a process of our thinking. It cannot be changed without changing our thinking. - Albert Einstein   Happy New Year! As I reflect on the past year and think about the opportunities that lie ahead for Eastside Pathways as a...

Alaric Bien stepped down as Board Chair of Eastside Pathways in December 2017. He reflects on the year gone by. I don’t think anyone would disagree that 2017 was a wild and crazy year. On the national level, we had the inauguration of a new president - and...

As 2017 rolled by, the Eastside Pathways partnership, supported by the small backbone staff, had some significant achievements. Most notably, the partnership was strengthened by the joining of Lake Washington School District and the Lake Washington Schools Foundation as partners, thereby expanding the impact area to...

Eastside Pathways is excited about the launch of the NISO Promotores Program here on the Eastside.  NISO announced that they “are open for business” at a grand launch event on January 9. Over 50 community members and Eastside Pathways partners were in attendance to learn...

On December 12, 2017, over 300 students, volunteers and adults took part in the 3rd annual Break Out Of the Margin (BOOM) Experience that was held at Bellevue College. In partnership with Bellevue College, Bellevue Schools Foundation, Bellevue College Foundation and The City of Bellevue our...

One of the five Eastside Pathways goals is that every youth graduates from high school prepared for their postsecondary plan. We measure this by tracking high school graduation rates. An interesting question has reemerged: should we be tracking four-year or five-year graduation rates? Both are published...

This fall, Eastside Pathways has hosted a student intern from the Big Picture School. Sophomore Oliver Tjalve has been working with Data Officer Kelly Jones on Thursdays from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Oliver and Kelly would like to share their experience—which, spoiler alert, has been...

We all know that tracking progress is essential. Over the last two years, Eastside Pathways has moved away from the detailed annual report (a static PDF that gets stale quickly) and toward a slimmer, story-based report (still PDF) paired with a series of always-fresh interactive...

More than 50 executives from Eastside Pathways partner organizations gathered together at WISC Rainier Room for the third [and last] All-Partner Meeting for 2017 to look back at the year’s work, share successes, and explore the way forward. We were privileged to have Dr. Ivan Duran,...

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