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The Cradle-to-Career Solution

Strive, a cradle-to-career program, is being emulated across the country and was spearheaded in 2006 by Nancy Zimpher, who was then president of The University of Cincinnati and is now chancellor of the State University of New York. [...] more about The Cradle-to-Career Solution

Teachers going on ultimate field trip

(From the Cincinnati Enquirer)

Ten local teachers will embark this summer on the adventures of their lives in exotic locations around the world - all in the name of education.

The Cincinnati Public Schools teachers won travel grants from the Fund for Teachers, a Houston-based, donor-supported group that pays teachers to travel to become better teachers. The organization expanded into Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky for the first time this year through a partnership with the Strive Partnership, a national Cincinnati-based education advocacy group. [...] more about Teachers going on ultimate field trip

United Way Social Research Council: opportunity for input

The Social Research Council, a committee of the United Way of Greater Cincinnati, is helping develop briefing papers that provide situational analysis and key background information for the three United Way key areas: education, income, and health.  The education research task force is a subcommittee of the Social Research Council, and is advertising the following opportunity for anyone wishing to help inform the development of the education briefing paper. Please see invitation below:

Dear Education Leader: [...] more about United Way Social Research Council: opportunity for input

Take steps to put city in that 'sweet spot'

(From the Cincinnati Enquirer)

Cincinnati has come a long way in the decade since the riots of 2001 - and what it has learned should guide its progress in the coming decade.

"Cincinnati is at a turning point," writes new City Council member Wayne Lippert, and "now is the time to realize our potential."

But how do we make sure Cincinnati is in that "sweet spot"? [...] more about Take steps to put city in that 'sweet spot'

CPS plans African-American Male Initiative

(From the Cincinnati Enquirer)

Cincinnati Public Schools is forming a task force to help more of its male students - particularly African-Americans - graduate and go on to college.  CPS appointed a 13-member task force Monday to launch the pilot African-American Male Initiative.  A formal kickoff will be scheduled later this month. 

The district will work with the Strive Partnership, a non-profit, data-driven education advocacy group, on the project. [...] more about CPS plans African-American Male Initiative

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