Collective Impact

Public-Private Partnerships For School Improvement Efforts

Emily Richmond, public editor of the National Education Writers Association, highlighted the efforts of the Strive Partnership in her article on the recent policy forum held in New Orleans, hosted by The After-School Corporation and the Partnership for Youth Development. Richmond refers to the Strive Partnership an "example of successful public-private collaborations," and quotes panelist Leslie Maloney, senior vice president of the Carol and Ralph V. [...] more about Public-Private Partnerships For School Improvement Efforts

Strive Partnership Offers Useful Template

Strive Partnership has coordinated local, non-profit, social service agencies, foundation, schools, and businesses to address the problems that face students today. By setting statistically definable goals and coordinating action, the partnership has produced results that prepare young people with the skill set needed for success from cradle to career. This public-private partnership is an example of the type of work focused on getting our country back to work. 

Huffington Post | Peter S. Goodman | June 11, 2012  [...] more about Strive Partnership Offers Useful Template

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

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

In the News: Be the Change

The ambitious Be the Change campaign, a collaborative tutor recruitment effort to support students in Cincinnati Public Schools, held an official kickoff on Thursday, January 12th to recruite 2,000 tutors. Multiple news stations were at the event:

WKNU: Cincinnati Public Schools Launches Campaign for Two Thousand Volunteers Hear Strive Partnership Executive Director Greg Landsman discuss how the campaign decided it wanted and needed two thousand volunteer tutors. [...] more about In the News: Be the Change

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