Kathy Lehr learns more about one local approach that has school systems from around the nation looking to Cincinnati as a model for improving student achievement and success beyond high school.
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How the Black & Latino Achievers Program at YMCA has evolved in Cincinnati.
Faces without Places discuss the issue of homelessness in Cincinnati and the services they provide.
Despite the improvement of the housing market on a national level, suburban poverty is a growing trend impacting many cities in recent years. Find out what free assistance is available to homeowners facing foreclosure.
For the first time in the United States, the Cincinnati Museum Center brings to life some of the largest and most unusual dinosaurs ever to have lived.
Byron White explores how universities contribute to industry and business.
Eric Fingerhut, Chancellor, Ohio Board of Regents, discusses how higher education plays a key role in economic development and success for a community.
Cathy Sahlfeld discusses the national system of One-Stop Job Centers, the day-to-day workings of Workforce One of Clermont County, their partner agencies, and the role of Business Services within the One-Stop Job Centers and the community.
Kathy Lehr takes a closer look at the Campaign for Grade Level Reading to learn how it plans to improve early learning in our community.
Nearly one million teenagers stop going to school every year. Studies show that the decision to drop out of school has many negative implications later on in life. What can be done to prevent students from dropping out?
Kathy Lehr talks with Barbara Thomas, Karen Troup, and Andrea Karovsky about how the TALL Institute helps people with intellectual and developmental challenges achieve success.
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