Cincinnati Partnerships

Collective Work of Cincinnati Partners highlighted by Education Nation

The collective work of many partners within our Greather Cincinnati region were highlighted this weekend, with a story airing on the Today Show, and additional stories and tools being posted online through NBC and MSNBC. 

Today Show clip: School teaches kids to 'Be the Change' [...] more about Collective Work of Cincinnati Partners highlighted by Education Nation

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

Freedom Schools Begin in Cincinnati

Freedom Schools Begin in Cincinnati with Visit from Children’s Defense Fund President Marian Wright Edelman [...] more about Freedom Schools Begin in Cincinnati

Can't Wait on State for Preschool

In response to Krista Ramsey's column, "It's Simple: Preschool Works, But It's Costly," Executive Director of the Strive Partnership, Greg Landsman, and Executive Director of United Way Success By 6, Stephanie Byrd, write a compelling article outlining the current efforts underway to help improve early childhood education experiences in our region, as well as where the gaps still exist and how we might fill them.  [...] more about Can't Wait on State for Preschool