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Faith-based group to campaign for Preschool Promise levy

A large crowd of supporters gathered Thursday night, June 16, and pledged to campaign for a Cincinnati Public Schools levy that would fund ongoing operations and Preschool Promise.

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Dear taxpayer: $48M more for schools?

Cincinnati Public Schools and Cincinnati Preschool Promise are joining forces for the November election.

It's a big levy - $48 million a year - but it eliminates the potential for the two groups to be pitted against each other on the ballot possibly draggine one another to defeat.

If it passes, CPS will get an extra $33 million a year, and $15 millon will go to preschool, including CPS and other community providers. [...] more about Dear taxpayer: $48M more for schools?

New programs coming for Cincinnati Public Schools

Changes are coming to some neighborhood schools in Cincinnati to make them more competitive with the highly popular magnet programs. The second graders at Hays-Porter Elementary School are likely not thinking about their future lives but some adults are.

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Class is in Session

Join StrivePartnership every Saturday at 10 a.m. on 1230AM for "Class is in Session", Cincinnati's only radio talk show dedicated to discussing education and our community.

Class is in session

This Summer, we have a great lineup of guests who will be joining us to talk about education, family, and the community: [...] more about Class is in Session

Preschool investment: A 4:1 return?

A new report shows that Cincinnati might get as much as a 4:1 return on its investment in preschool.

The RAND Corporation study, released Friday morning, March 11, 2016, examined 15 full-scale preschool programs throughout the U.S. One of the programs was nationwide, 11 were state-funded and three were district-level.

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