Preschool

Education-Civic-Business Leaders Appointed to Cincinnati Preschool Program

United Way of Greater Cincinnati's Executive Committee appointed a 15-person Board of Directors to lead the preschool expansion effort in Cincinnati. The Board will implement the preschool expansion plan, passed by voters in November 2016 as part of the 5-year Cincinnati Public Schools levy. To read more about this, click here. [...] more about Education-Civic-Business Leaders Appointed to Cincinnati Preschool Program

Ohio Communities Expand Early Education Through Historic Ballot Initiatives

Families in two Ohio cities will have more access to high-quality early childhood education, thanks in great part to StrivePartnership in Cincinnati and Learn to Earn Dayton. Issue 44 in Cincinnati and Issue 9 in Dayton are ballot initiatives whose passage this week reflect the growing political support for more high-quality preschool to ensure children have every opportunity to arrive in kindergarten on target developmentally. [...] more about Ohio Communities Expand Early Education Through Historic Ballot Initiatives

Faith-based group to campaign for Preschool Promise levy

A large crowd of supporters gathered Thursday night, June 16, and pledged to campaign for a Cincinnati Public Schools levy that would fund ongoing operations and Preschool Promise.

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Dear taxpayer: $48M more for schools?

Cincinnati Public Schools and Cincinnati Preschool Promise are joining forces for the November election.

It's a big levy - $48 million a year - but it eliminates the potential for the two groups to be pitted against each other on the ballot possibly draggine one another to defeat.

If it passes, CPS will get an extra $33 million a year, and $15 millon will go to preschool, including CPS and other community providers. [...] more about Dear taxpayer: $48M more for schools?

New programs coming for Cincinnati Public Schools

Changes are coming to some neighborhood schools in Cincinnati to make them more competitive with the highly popular magnet programs. The second graders at Hays-Porter Elementary School are likely not thinking about their future lives but some adults are.

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