Cincinnati Student Success

Mayor Mallory, Cincinnati Public, and The Strive Partnership Win $40,000 Grant from Target

 Grant to support 50 tutors helping 100 students read by 3rd grade

East Price Hill – Mayor Mark Mallory, Cincinnati Public Schools Superintendent Mary Ronan, and The Strive Partnership’s Executive Director Greg Landsman announced a new, joint initiative that has won a $40,000 competitive national grant from Cities of Service and Service Nation, funded by Target.  The grant will be used to recruit and train 50 reading tutors who will help 100 students in 1st, 2nd, and 3rd grade in 5 targeted schools prepare to meet the 3rd Grade Guarantee. [...] more about Mayor Mallory, Cincinnati Public, and The Strive Partnership Win $40,000 Grant from Target

Strive Partnership integrates Brandery startup concept

Brandery, a consumer marketing accelerator in Over-the-Rhine, has begun developing multiple startup tech businesses in the Greater Cincinnati region. Having already enlisted the help of dozens of local organizations, and with more than 20 local executives serving as mentors, many leaders are recognizing its ability to showcase Cincinnati as a place to test new concepts. [...] more about Strive Partnership integrates Brandery startup concept

2020 Jobs Outlook Released, New Partnerships To Emerge

“In terms of developing a pathway to a good career, this report is golden” 
Angie Taylor, Vice President, Workforce Solutions at Gateway Community and Technical College (Cincinnati Enquirer, August 10, 2012) [...] more about 2020 Jobs Outlook Released, New Partnerships To Emerge

GOOD Ideas for Cities: Cincinnati

On May 16th 2012, 350 people gathered at Cincinnati’s Contemporary Arts Center to hear proposals for ways to make our city a better place to live. Colleagues from both the Strive Partnership and KnowledgeWorks proposed the following challenge: Studies have shown that parental involvement in a child’s academic aspirations is one of the most important elements in improving student outcomes and nurturing student success. [...] more about GOOD Ideas for Cities: Cincinnati

Cincinnati Public Schools' success the result of many players

Kathy Merchant, president and CEO of the Greater Cincinnati Foundation, and Greg Landsman co-wrote this opinion piece in response to a previous Cincinnati Enquirer piece that misplaced the credit for CPS' success. In their editorial, Merchant and Landsman clarify that although the Strive Partnership brings together leaders and supports collaborative action, the success of CPS schools belongs to CPS and its partners. 

Read CPS succes the result of many players. [...] more about Cincinnati Public Schools' success the result of many players

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