How three cities are solving big problems
The great work taking place in Cininnati, Covington and Newport was highlighted in this Crosscut.com article, "How three cities are solving big problems." This quote from Strive President Jeff Edmondson speaks to the value of leveraging data effectively to improve outcomes for kids:
The key, says Jeff Edmondson, who led the Strive partnership and is now spreading the gospel nationally (including to Portland and the Seattle area), "is setting a common vision and finding a common language. You can't let people get focused on ideological or political issues....You need a common language to bring people together and that language is the data."
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