GOOD IDEAS FOR CITIES:: CINCINNATI :: CINCINNATIVES

On May 16th 2012, 350 people gathered at Cincinnati’s Contemporary Arts Center to hear proposals for ways to make our city a better place to live. These events, organized in cities all over the country by GOOD Ideas for Cities, and hosted locally by UC’s Niehoff Urban Studio and the Haile Foundation, draw out the best local creative talent to tackle six of the most important challenges that our city faces today.

CHALLENGE:
Studies have shown that parental involvement in a child’s academic aspirations is one of the most important elements in improving student outcomes and nurturing student success. Knowing that early education is especially critical to our students’ lifelong development, how can we design, implement, and evaluate a system of parental involvement within early education for Cincinnati families?

CHALLENGER ORGANIZATIONS:
Strive Partnership / Greg Landsman
KnowledgeWorks / Jamie Berg

CREATIVE TEAM
Cincinnatives / Dustin Blankenship, Julie Blum, Doug Hovekamp, Kara Koch

good.is/ideas
QueenCityProject.com

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