Accomplishing this requires us to answer three critical questions for how should the community invest.
How are children doing cradle to career?
How is the ecosystem performing?
What national models can assist us?
This intervention will complete an impact analysis of the process for enrolling in preschool to identify an impactful intervention in the application process.
SP will deploy Equitable Results and Results- Based Facilitation tools to assist the Collaborative in defining measurable objectives, instill partner accountability, enlist community voice, and co-create strategies to improve outcomes for children.
With funding from the Gates Foundation, SP is working with CPS, with technical support from CCHMC, to advance continuous quality improvement practices among 8th grade math teachers in 10 CPS schools to improve middle-grade math scores in 8th grade math and Algebra 1 through a Network for School Improvement.
SP serves as a facilitator between CPS and 12 regional colleges and universities to develop a platform to share a more extensive set of data as way of increasing shared accountability for the success of CPS students as they transition to college.
With funding from ST’s Strategic Initiatives Fund, SP, in collaboration with Learn 2 Earn Dayton and the Summit Education Initiative in Akron, has worked over the past year to motivate and equip Ohio’s nine cradle-to-career organizations to lead eorts to re-enroll individuals who “stopped-out” of college before obtaining a degree as part of Ohio’s eorts to increase the number of adults with a degree or credential from 44.6% to 65% by 2025.
SP works with other backbone organizations to define the parameters of a truly equitable neighborhood along several dimensions, including demographic makeup, culture and lifestyle, and public investment. We will endeavor to meet and sustain those factors over 10 years within select neighborhoods to establish mixed-income sustainability and ensure economic mobility for all residents.