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Updated curriculum and Network for School Improvement drives math achievement at CPS

Cincinnati Public Schools is preparing students for life beyond high school – and student success in mathematics is critical. Mathematics proficiency, especially in the middle grades, dramatically boosts learners’ prospects for graduating high school and having success in college or career, leading to economic mobility. [...] more about Updated curriculum and Network for School Improvement drives math achievement at CPS

Research Brief: The Impact of Teacher Engagement on Student Trauma

Research continues to confirm with great clarity what many parents and community leaders have been saying for years about students who grow up in challenging economic and social environments: Their learning potential is often impeded by the circumstances they must navigate each day. It is tempting, then, to ascribe the prospects for these students’ academic success to simply addressing conditions outside the classroom. In fact, teachers have tremendous capacity to empower these students to be successful in spite of their challenges. [...] more about Research Brief: The Impact of Teacher Engagement on Student Trauma

StrivePartnership Releases 2017-2018 Cradle-to-Career Data Report

One of StrivePartnership’s primary commitments to the community is to share how children and learners in our region are progressing academically on their lifelong journey from cradle to career. One way we provide this is by sharing data relative to six priority outcomes. Our 2017-2018 data report represents a snapshot of local education data from early childhood through postsecondary for the urban core of Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky. [...] more about StrivePartnership Releases 2017-2018 Cradle-to-Career Data Report

Elevating Community Authority in Collective Impact

  Elevating Community Authority in Collective Impact: From the Winter 2018 issue of SSIReview magazine, Byron White, Jennifer Blatz, president and CEO of StriveTogether and Mark Joseph, Leona Bevis and Marguerite Haynam associate professor of community development at the Jack Joseph and Morton Mandel School of Applied Sciences at Case Western Reserve University on improving collective impact through community authorit [...] more about Elevating Community Authority in Collective Impact

Why early college high schools provide an important pathway

In Ohio, students have a variety of options that can help them transition from high school to college. Most people have heard of College Credit Plus (CCP), but the lesser known early college high schools (ECHS) provide an important pathway to college - particularly for low-income students. [...] more about Why early college high schools provide an important pathway