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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Why What You Learned in Preschool is Crucial at Work

Should high schools and colleges evaluate students the way preschools do? New York Times reporter Claire Cain Miller thinks so. In her article, "Why Whta You Learned in Preschool Is Crucial at Work," Miller asserts that social skills, or whether individuals "play well with others," is an essential part of success in the workplace.

"At work, social skills like teamwork & empathy have become much more important--because computers don't have them." [...] more about Why What You Learned in Preschool is Crucial at Work

The SFN Annouces Greater Cincinnati STEM Collaborative (GCSC) As One of 27 Inaugural Communities To Launch The STEM Learning Ecosystems Initiative

The STEM Funders Network (SFN) announced today that Greater Cincinnati is one of the 27 communities to pilot the national STEM Ecosystems Initiative. This project, built on over a decade of research into successful STEM collaborations seeks to nurture and scale effective science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) learning opportunities for all young people. [...] more about The SFN Annouces Greater Cincinnati STEM Collaborative (GCSC) As One of 27 Inaugural Communities To Launch The STEM Learning Ecosystems Initiative

Barbershop Books....Book Buzz program aims to encourage reading among young, black boys

A barbershop might seem an unlikely place to instill a love of reading. But that's exactly what a group of local nonprofit organizations and funders are aiming to do with a new program called Barbership Books - The Book Buzz.

The idea is to stock five local barbershops with books from the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County and then encourage customers - particularly black men - to read to their children, particularly black boys, while they wait to get their hair cut. [...] more about Barbershop Books....Book Buzz program aims to encourage reading among young, black boys

Tableau Competition

StrivePartnership recently had the opportunity to supply data for a national Tableau sponsored competition, known as the “War of TUG’s” (TUG’s is short for Tableau User Groups).  The competition saw 28 submissions from 16 user groups across the country (and globe).  The user groups’ submissions helped contextualize the education data, which is both rich and complex. These vizzes showed a key insight, namely the impact of poverty on school performance. [...] more about Tableau Competition

Helping Young Children Build Personal Libraries

A handful of philanthropy groups are coming together to get more books in the hands of children from low-income families.

In a collaboration with Imagination Library and Reach Out and Read, Medicaid-eligible children in Cincinnati will be able to receive a free book every month from birth to age five. [...] more about Helping Young Children Build Personal Libraries

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