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The Strive Partnership, local collective impact highlighted in New York Times

David Bornstein’s New York Times column on March 7, 2011, “Coming Together to Give Schools a Boost”, highlights the collective, data-informed work taking place locally – and the value of our unique partnership:

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Precision Pre-K: Newport Using Data To Improve Quality

An important new report highlights the collaborative work taking place in Newport, KY around the use of pre-K data to improve student achievement and growth.

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Diane Ravitch talks The Strive Partnership in Recent Interview

Diane Ravitch is one of the most visible advocates in the United States today for quality public schools, and one of the most outspoken opponents of much that is being done in the name of “school reform”. [...] more about Diane Ravitch talks The Strive Partnership in Recent Interview

Education Leaders Strive to Increase Academic Achievement

Nancy Zimpher, Chancellor, State University of New York wrote an opinion piece in response to President Obama's education challenge in his State of the Union Address and was published in the Huffington Post.

In his State of the Union address last week, President Obama issued a challenge: are we willing to do what's necessary to give every child a chance to succeed? But I don't believe it's a question of will; it's a question of how. [...] more about Education Leaders Strive to Increase Academic Achievement

Social Innovation Fund Will Support Progress Locally

Patrick A. Corvington, CEO of the Corporation for National and Community Service, a federal agency that administers the Social Innovation Fund, wrote recently in an Op-Ed submitted to the Cincinnati Enquirer about the impact the SIF will have locally.

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