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

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

Follow the Partnership

Follow the Partnership

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

Time for action on childhood hunger

In her guest column, Sue Wilke calls attention to the issue of poverty in the city of Cincinnati - specifically, how "poverty as a major issue does not appear on any major community-wide agenda."

Wilke also presents her readers with the impact that this issue has on childhood hunger: "The impact on children is heart-breaking. If education is the way out and the way up, how can we not pay attention when 65 percent of elementary school teachers say that students regularly come to their classes hungry?" [...] more about Time for action on childhood hunger

The Strive Partnership Releases Fourth Annual Report Card

The Strive Partnership Releases Fourth Annual Report Card

Partnership’s report shows progress by partners to improve achievement in region’s urban core

81 percent of student achievement measures trending in positive direction [...] more about The Strive Partnership Releases Fourth Annual Report Card

Connecting the Dots: Is Your Community "Program Rich, System Poor"?

Ken Thompson, Program Officer at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, writes about Strive's accomplishment "connecting the dots." Thompson examines the birth of the Strive Partnership in Cincinnati, and explores the role of the Strive framework in Northwestern communities. [...] more about Connecting the Dots: Is Your Community "Program Rich, System Poor"?

CPS Ranks in Ohio’s Top 5% For Students’ Learning Growth

 A recent analysis of data by the national nonprofit group Battelle for Kids and Ohio SOAR shows that Cincinnati Public Schools’ students demonstrated a high level of learning growth during the 2010-11 school year — among the top 5 percent of districts in the state.

 CPS – the first and only urban district in Ohio to earn an Effective rating – ranked 13th among Ohio’s 609 districts on the state’s value-added growth measure, according to the data. [...] more about CPS Ranks in Ohio’s Top 5% For Students’ Learning Growth

Occupy the Classroom

In his New York Times article, Nicholas Kristof explores the importance of early childhood education, particularly in battling the kind of inequality being highlighted by Occupy Wallstreet:

"Most of the proposed remedies involve changes in taxes and regulations, and they would help. But the single step that would do the most to reduce inequality has nothing to do with finance at all. It’s an expansion of early childhood education." [...] more about Occupy the Classroom

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