Cincinnati

Ohio Communities Expand Early Education Through Historic Ballot Initiatives

Families in two Ohio cities will have more access to high-quality early childhood education, thanks in great part to StrivePartnership in Cincinnati and Learn to Earn Dayton. Issue 44 in Cincinnati and Issue 9 in Dayton are ballot initiatives whose passage this week reflect the growing political support for more high-quality preschool to ensure children have every opportunity to arrive in kindergarten on target developmentally. [...] more about Ohio Communities Expand Early Education Through Historic Ballot Initiatives

4 Reasons Why Issue 44 Matters

Voters will have the opportunity in the upcoming November 8th election to vote on a levy to strengthen K-12 education in Cincinnati Public Schools (CPS) and expand access to affordable, quality preschool through a unique partnership with the school district and Cincinnati Preschool Promise. Here are four reasons why Issue 44 matters: [...] more about 4 Reasons Why Issue 44 Matters

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

Tutors needed at Rothenberg & Hays-Porter school

The Cincinnati Herald

Tutors needed at Rothenberg & Hays-Porter school

2012-03-24 / Academics

“Be the Change” is a collaborative tutor recruitment effort to support students in high need schools at Cincinnati Public Schools. Partners in this effort include the Strive Partnership, United Way of Greater Cincinnati, Cincinnati Public Schools, the Council of Christian Communions and others.

Haile/U.S. Bank Foundation Announces $1 Million Investment in the Partnership's Priorities

Cincinnati, Ohio, June 29, 2011 – The Carol Ann and Ralph V. Haile, Jr./U.S. Bank Foundation announces a $1 Million investment in the priority strategies of The Strive Partnership, which is a coalition of education, philanthropic, business, and nonprofit leaders focused entirely on improving education in the urban core of Cincinnati, Covington, and Newport. The grants range from one to three years in length, and will support coordinated action designed to significantly impact student achievement and growth, cradle to career. [...] more about Haile/U.S. Bank Foundation Announces $1 Million Investment in the Partnership's Priorities

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