Education is perhaps the most important engine of economic growth and individual success. There is little doubt that growing a stronger economy and lifting incomes will depend on getting better results in education, cradle to career. To achieve these results, for every child, every step of the way, from cradle to career, Greater Cincinnati leaders of the education, nonprofit, community, civic, and philanthropic sectors are working together to tackle some of our most pressing challenges, and to take advantage of some of our biggest opportunities.
The Strive Partnership serves as a catalyst for working together, across sectors, and along the educational continuum, to drive better results in education, so that every child is Prepared for school, Supported inside and outside of school, Succeeds in school, Enrolls in some form of postsecondary education, Graduates and enters a career. After three years of reporting on ten key student success indicators in the Partnership's footprint (Cincinnati, Covington, and Newport), we are now rallied around eight critical outcomes: kindergarten readiness, 4th grade reading proficiency, 8th grade math proficiency, high school graduation rates and ACT scores, and postsecondary enrollment, retention and completion.
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