Cross-Sector Partnership

Facts Matter community data portal wins first place

The Facts Matter Greater Cincinnati Data Portal, a product of a local collaborative effort, recently won an award for “Best Web-Based GIS App” during the 2012 ESRI International Users Conference in San Diego, CA.  Facts Matter provides the public with data about population demographics, the status of children and youth, education, health, economics and social relations in the Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky region. Other Facts Matter partners include United Way of Greater Cincinnati, The Health Foundation of Greater Cincinnati, The Carol Ann and Ralph V. Haile, Jr./U.S. [...] more about Facts Matter community data portal wins first place

Community Indicators Consortium announces The Strive Partnership as Impact Award Winner

The Strive Partnership has been announced a winner of the Community Indicators Consortium (CIC) Impact Award for, “demonstrating the power of indicators to drive positive community change.” It’s CIC’s mission to seek bridges that span the gap between community indicators use and performance measurement, providing ways for community groups and governments to coordinate efforts and jointly enhance knowledge about the use of indicators to leverage positive change.  [...] more about Community Indicators Consortium announces The Strive Partnership as Impact Award Winner

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