2023 TAF Report Card
When students learn through the STEMbyTAF model, they are bringing their experiences, passion, culture, and learning together. Students are partners in their education as they find ways to solve issues that are impacting their communities and beyond, such as food security, urbanization, pollution, mental health, and homelessness. By meeting local experts, engaging in community discussions, and ideating creative solutions, students are using their learning to problem-solve things that are important to them and their communities.
This is the TAF way.
Here are just a few highlights from the past year:
- TAF served a total of 2,584 students with 25.3% participating in English Language Learner programs and 14% in Special Education.
- TAF@Saghalie’s graduating class had a 97% on-time graduation rate and was awarded over $300,000 in scholarships.
- TAF’s Network for EdWork started a new partnerships with Western Governor University and City University of Seattle.