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Privately funded grants for Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky Teachers to Travel, Bring Learning Back

Are you a teacher in Cincinnati or Northern Kentucky?  Learn about privately funded grants for local teachers to travel and bring their learning back to classrooms.  For more information, click here to read a recent article in the Cincinnati Enquirer. 

The Fund for Teachers is working together with the Strive Partnership to administer this opportunity. [...] more about Privately funded grants for Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky Teachers to Travel, Bring Learning Back

Strive: bridging differences

Last month, the Washington Post ran this letter from educational historian Diane Ravitch to Deborah Meier, the co-author of Ravitch’s Bridging Differences blog on Education Week. In the letter, Ravitch talks about her year, the state of education reform and policy in the U.S., and the promising work she thought worthy of highlighting. [...] more about Strive: bridging differences

Stanford Social Innovation Review Webinar on Collective Impact and the Strive Partnership

Moderated by Eric Nee, managing editor at Stanford Social Innovation Review, this pay-per-view webinar brings together "Collective Impact" authors (published in SSIR, Winter 2011 issue) John Kania and Mark Kramer of FSG, in conversation with Jeff Edmondson, executive director of the Strive Partnership. [...] more about Stanford Social Innovation Review Webinar on Collective Impact and the Strive Partnership

Fund for Teachers Announces New Board Member and Grant Opportunities for Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky Teachers

Fund for Teachers, a donor-supported organization dedicated to funding teachers’ professional development experiences that impact student achievement, announces today the addition of Jeff Edmondson to its board of directors. [...] more about Fund for Teachers Announces New Board Member and Grant Opportunities for Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky Teachers

Strive Partnership Inspired 'Road Map' Project Launches in Seattle

The Community Center for Education Results in Seattle has launched what they are calling the "Road Map" project, which "seeks to identify problems by culling data from multiple sources, then motivating stakeholders to help with fixes -- whether or not they're legally obligated to do so."

The program was inspired by the Strive Partnership in Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky.

For more about the King County initiative, visit www.ccedresults.org. [...] more about Strive Partnership Inspired 'Road Map' Project Launches in Seattle