Two-Generation Project Earns New Funding and National Talent Hub Designation

Two-Generation Project Earns New Funding and National Talent Hub Designation

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Cradle To Career Partnerships

Collaboratives

Collaboratives

Cincinnati Preschool Promise

Student's Roadmap to Success | Goals & Benchmarks Rollover to learn more about the Strive Partnership and how our community is improving student achievement

Can't Wait on State for Preschool

In response to Krista Ramsey's column, "It's Simple: Preschool Works, But It's Costly," Executive Director of the Strive Partnership, Greg Landsman, and Executive Director of United Way Success By 6, Stephanie Byrd, write a compelling article outlining the current efforts underway to help improve early childhood education experiences in our region, as well as where the gaps still exist and how we might fill them.  [...] more about Can't Wait on State for Preschool

Cincinnati Teachers Win Fund for Teachers Grants; Become Students Again This Summer

National nonprofit respects teachers’ professionalism; funds dream summer odysseys; Eight teachers off to 13 countries to impact student learning in Cincinnati classrooms

Contact: Carrie.Pillsbury@fundforteachers.org
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Preschool Works, But it Costs: The Cost and Benefits for a Quality Preschool Experience

In her April 28th editorial, Krista Ramsey discusses the benefits of preschool as well as the barriers to giving every child a high-quality Pre-K experience. Examining budget cuts, preschool wait-lists, long-term benefits of preschool, "cost ineffectiveness of too-late remedial work," per-pupil spending, and the opinions of educators and parents, Ramsey concludes with a quote from Deborah Bradshaw, director of early childhood education for CPS: [...] more about Preschool Works, But it Costs: The Cost and Benefits for a Quality Preschool Experience

Enquirer In-Depth: Region mobilizes to ensure 3rd-graders read well

The Strive Partnership, which works with the Cincinnati, Covington, and Newport school districts in Ohio, is spearheading the regional Campaign for Early Grade-Level Reading, part of a national focus on third-grade reading in response to the 2011 Annie E. Casey Foundation report that found students not reading at grade level by the end of third grade are four times more likely to drop out of school. [...] more about Enquirer In-Depth: Region mobilizes to ensure 3rd-graders read well

Tutors needed at Rothenberg & Hays-Porter school

The Cincinnati Herald

Tutors needed at Rothenberg & Hays-Porter school

2012-03-24 / Academics

“Be the Change” is a collaborative tutor recruitment effort to support students in high need schools at Cincinnati Public Schools. Partners in this effort include the Strive Partnership, United Way of Greater Cincinnati, Cincinnati Public Schools, the Council of Christian Communions and others.

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