Efforts To Increase Graduation RatesEfforts To Increase Graduation Rates
On this episode of Cincinnati Edition, guests discuss improving student retention.
John Bridgeland, author of The Silent Epidemic and President of Civic Enterprises, salutes ThinkTV for its role in the American Graduate initiative.
American Graduate Day 2015: Cincinnati Arts and Technology CenterAmerican Graduate Day 2015: Cincinnati Arts and Technology Center
Focusing on technology in education, CET and local American Graduate host Regina Carswell Russo sat down with the CEO of Cincinnati Arts and Technology Center, Clara Martin, as well as two high school
American Graduate Day 2015: Preschool Promise - Cincinnati and DaytonAmerican Graduate Day 2015: Preschool Promise - Cincinnati and Dayton
As part of American Graduate Day 2015, CET and ThinkTV sit down with Stephanie Byrd, Success by 6 with the United Way of Greater Cincinnati, as well as Debbie Lieberman, Montgomery County Commissioner
American Graduate Day 2015: SW Ohio "Freedom Schools" Prevent Summer Learning LossAmerican Graduate Day 2015: SW Ohio "Freedom Schools" Prevent Summer Learning Loss
As part of American Graduate Day 2015, CET and ThinkTV host Clyde Gray sits down with two Dayton-area educators who have been running Children's Defense Fund Freedom Schools in their community. Rev. V
Five to Thrive: Kindergarten RegistrationFive to Thrive: Kindergarten Registration
Don't wait until the last minute to register your child for Kindergarten. Start now.
America By the Numbers
America On Track to GraduateAmerica On Track to Graduate
Graduation rates in American have reached an all-time high, but some states are lagging behind.
Graduation Rates: State by StateGraduation Rates: State by State
Graduation rates are increasing in almost every state — which states are leading this progress, and which states are lagging behind?
High School Diploma: Game ChangerHigh School Diploma: Game Changer
Why graduate? High school graduates make more money, are less likely to be unemployed, and live almost a decade longer than those who don’t finish school.