Transforming Education – Locally and Nationally

Judy Peppler, President and CEO of KnowledgeWorks; Harold Brown, President of EDWorks Partners; and, Greg Landsman, Executive Director of The Strive Partnership were guests on the WVXU Cincinnati Edition radio show to talk about the Cincinnati Preschool Promise and how KnowledgeWorks and its subsidiaries are working to transform education locally and nationally. Continue reading

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Creating a college bound culture

WCPO and CET recently teamed up to examine the Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky region’s approach to improving graduation rates. Highlighting the work of the Strive Partnership the hour long video,  ”Cradle to Career: Moving the Needle in Education,” presents a compelling overview of Continue reading

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Partnerships toward common goals

The Strive Partnership in Greater Cincinnati Northern Kentucky received noteworthy mention in a recent report to Arne Duncan, The Secretary of Education. Presented by The Equity and Excellence Commission, A STRATEGY FOR EDUCATION EQUITY AND EXCELLENCE, is available for review or download from the U.S. Department of Education website. Continue reading

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Get Your Learning Playlist On

I recently had the pleasure of sharing KnowledgeWorks’ latest future forecast, Recombinant Education: Regenerating the Learning Ecosystem, with the Union Institute in Cincinnati.  In applying the forecast’s insights with a higher education institution with a long history of innovating to Continue reading

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Strive Network’s Jeff Edmondson honored with national AMEX Foundation Award

Congratulations, Jeff Edmondson. On Wednesday, Edmondson, Managing Director of the Strive Network, entered some rare air when the Washington-based  non-pro  fit leadership network, Independent Sector, announced Edmondson as the third-ever recipient of the American Express NGen Leadership Award. This is a Continue reading

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Tech Innovation in Education: The 2012 Tech Olympics

Starting at 3:00 today, something exciting is happening in downtown Cincinnati. Hundreds of teens from all over the city will come together to compete in over 15 tech-based events, ranging from Wii Tennis and Rockband to Robotics and Speed Coding. Continue reading

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