Cradle to Career

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

News Flash: Progress Happens

The Strive Partnership was mentioned in the New York Times as making progress in 2011 towards our mission of helping others.

To read about Strive, as well as many other great social programs and initiatives, follow this link: News Flash: Progress Happens [...] more about News Flash: Progress Happens

"Striving" to help schools, students succeed

In his guest column for the Cincinnati Enquirer, Richard Lee Colvin highlights four ways that Cincinnati's Strive Partnership stands out from the crowd. These consist of partners gathering around a common goal, establishing performance targets, understanding the importance of data, and having a strong, sustained civic leadership to support the work. [...] more about "Striving" to help schools, students succeed

The Strive Partnership Releases Fourth Annual Report Card

The Strive Partnership Releases Fourth Annual Report Card

Partnership’s report shows progress by partners to improve achievement in region’s urban core

81 percent of student achievement measures trending in positive direction [...] more about The Strive Partnership Releases Fourth Annual Report Card

A Letter to the Community

Partners - 

There is one word that comes to mind as we think about this past year: courage. It takes courage to take on big ideas, stand up in the face of inequity, and implement new and daunting intiatives. We know that courageous acts suh as these can dramatically transform outcomes for children in our community. [...] more about A Letter to the Community

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