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A Letter to the Community
Dear Community Partners:
Thanks to many of you, student success in the urban core of our region continues to grow. While we have a long way to go, 89 percent of the partnership's measures are trending the in the right direction. That's up from 81% last year, and 68 percent three years ago. While progress is being made, the made, the partnership will coninue its collective efforts until every child is succeeding, every step of the way, cradle to career.
In this year's partnership report, you'll find the most recent data on the shared outcomes of the partnershi. You will also find, for the first time, the results of a comprehensive evaluation of Strive's role, the value we add, and the areas for improvement. We believe strongly in continous improvement, and will practice what we preach. Look for significant changes in 2013 as we respond the the evaluation.
You will also learn what the partnership is focused on now--and into the future.
For those of you that are engaged in this collective work, thank you. For those of you that may be learning about us for the first time, we hope you join what we believe is a transformative partnership committed to improving the lives of every child in Cincinnati, Covington, and Newport.
Greg Landsman, Executive Director, The Strive Partnership
Kathy Merchant, Chair, The Strive Partnership
Cradle To Career Community
To learn more about the National Strive Network, visit StriveNetwork.org.
The Strive Partnership is focused on the success of our children: every child, every step, from cradle to career. The Strive Partnership unites common providers around shared issues, goals, measurements and results, and then actively supports and strengthens strategies that work.