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Focus - American Graduate: Community Learning Centers

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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Ellen Rieveschl
 

Barbara talks with Ellen Rieveschl about her late husband George’s generous contributions to the arts, music, theater, education and health sciences.



CET EXPRESS - Ben Gettler
 

Barbara Kellar talks with Ben Gettler about his life, career, and his love of the University of Cincinnati.



CET EXPRESS - Nancy Hamant
 

Barbara Kellar talks with Nancy Hamant about her role as an associate professor emerita and distinguished alumna of the University of Cincinnati’s College of Education.



Thomas Boat, MD
 

Barbara Kellar talks with Thomas Boat, MD about his role as the dean of the University of Cincinnati (UC) College of Medicine and vice president for health affairs.



Reducing School Dropout Rates through Mentoring Programs
 

Kathy Lehr talks with Simone Bess and Khalilah Slater Harrington about how mentoring a student can enrich the lives of the student, as well as, help to reduce school dropout rates.



Peter Landgren
 

Peter Landgren, the newly appointed dean of the College-Conservatory of Music at the University of Cincinnati, talks about their benefit event "A Moveable Feast".



Focus: Surviving Domestic Violence
 

Kathy Lehr talks with Cara Good and Theresa Singleton about the local services that are available for women who are experiencing domestic abuse and other forms of violence.



Grow Food, Grow Hope
 

Chris Burns-DiBiasio, Director of Community Relations at Wilmington College, talks about the community garden initiative "Grow Food, Grow Hope".



Preventing Foreclosure and Restoring Stability
 

Kathy Lehr moderates a discussion between several home ownership and foreclosure specialists who gave expert advise on how homeowners could get out of foreclosure and establish manageable mortgage payments.



James Craig, Chief of Police
 

Kathy Lehr talks with Cincinnati's new Chief of Police, James E. Craig, about his plans to reduce crime and promote safety in Cincinnati.