TAF co-manages two public schools, TAF@Saghalie and Washington Middle School, with partner districts that serve 6-12th grade students and utilize our STEMbyTAF learning model.
at TAF@Saghalie, of which 79% are students of color and 67% qualify for free or reduced lunch
among students in their skill abilities with components of computer science
We help education leaders of color, from classroom to administration, dismantle and replace institutionalized racist structures and build inclusive and equitable educational environments.
enrolled in the TAF Martinez Fellowship gaining critical early-career skills and professional development within a community of educators of color
Meet a Fellow
We beat our goal by adding 39 new educators of color to this year’s Martinez Fellowship cohort!
Our new university partnerships have proven to be extremely valuable as a good chunk of our new fellows were recruited from newly formed relationships
with Fellows at the classroom and administrative level impacting over 18,000 students across Washington state
work with TAF to recruit educators of color to the Martinez Fellowship program
produced specifically for education leaders of color to connect and learn how to create equitable spaces within public education
attended events to help implement anti-racist practices in education
We partner with existing school districts and provide in-school coaching to implement our STEMbyTAF model to create learning environments that eliminate race-based disparity in academic achievement
Beverly Park Elementary added to our School Transformation portfolio in partnership with the Highline Public School District
at our new sites: Roosevelt, Brigadoon, and Olympic View serving 5th-grade students
77% of our students qualify for free or reduced lunch and 81% identify as a person of color
in Boze students who were tardy or absent 20-30% of the school year