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Local Reading Initiative is Contest Finalist

All-America City Award is national effort to improve third-grade reading [...] more about Local Reading Initiative is Contest Finalist

What Schools Can Learn from Covington

Covington's high school drop out rate, 1.8 percent, is well below the state avarage, 2.9 percent. Find out what Covington schools are doing differently, such as having extended hours and a campus daycare, and how other districts can learn from these practices: Schools can learn from Covington[...] more about What Schools Can Learn from Covington

Facts Matter Launch, June 1st

Please join us for the launch of Facts Matter, our regional community's new online gateway to information about education, income, and health. 

 

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Our City a Good Example of Education Teamwork

May 23, 2012. The Cincinnati Enquirer. Written by Mary Ronan, Julie Sellers and Randi Weingarten

Mary Ronan is superintendent of Cincinnati Public Schools;
Julie Sellers is president of the Cincinnati Federation of Teachers;
Randi Weingarten is president of the American Federation of Teachers. [...] more about Our City a Good Example of Education Teamwork

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

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