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New Report from Ohio Education Matters Calls for K12 Governance Reform, Cradle to Career Partnerships

Ohio Education Matters, a subsidiary of KnowledgeWorks, released last week a report on transforming Ohio’s K12 system, Towards a New Model of Educational Governance for Ohio.

Link to the report here. [...] more about New Report from Ohio Education Matters Calls for K12 Governance Reform, Cradle to Career Partnerships

Launch of Strive Cradle to Career Network

Strive, Living Cities and the Coalition of Urban Serving Universities will convene a group of education and community leaders from across the country next week to launch a national Cradle to Career Network.  More than 30 cities will be represented at the event, which will feature national education leaders, including, CEO of Living Cities, Ben Hecht; CEO of KnowledgeWorks, Chad Wick; Chancellor of SUNY, Nancy Zimpher; and Assistant Deputy Secretary for Innovation and Improvement at USDOE, Jim Shelton, III. [...] more about Launch of Strive Cradle to Career Network

Privately funded grants for Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky Teachers to Travel, Bring Learning Back

Are you a teacher in Cincinnati or Northern Kentucky?  Learn about privately funded grants for local teachers to travel and bring their learning back to classrooms.  For more information, click here to read a recent article in the Cincinnati Enquirer. 

The Fund for Teachers is working together with the Strive Partnership to administer this opportunity. [...] more about Privately funded grants for Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky Teachers to Travel, Bring Learning Back

Strive: bridging differences

Last month, the Washington Post ran this letter from educational historian Diane Ravitch to Deborah Meier, the co-author of Ravitch’s Bridging Differences blog on Education Week. In the letter, Ravitch talks about her year, the state of education reform and policy in the U.S., and the promising work she thought worthy of highlighting. [...] more about Strive: bridging differences

Stanford Social Innovation Review Webinar on Collective Impact and the Strive Partnership

Moderated by Eric Nee, managing editor at Stanford Social Innovation Review, this pay-per-view webinar brings together "Collective Impact" authors (published in SSIR, Winter 2011 issue) John Kania and Mark Kramer of FSG, in conversation with Jeff Edmondson, executive director of the Strive Partnership. [...] more about Stanford Social Innovation Review Webinar on Collective Impact and the Strive Partnership

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