Impact Cincinnati

Every day life in Greater Cincinnati is impacted by ideas, decisions and debates throughout the tri-state community. Impact Cincinnati delved deeper into the issues and events taking place and shaping our community dialogue. Its final show aired May 30, 2013. Below you will find the programs broadcast since August, 2012.

An additional archive of past Impact Cincinnati programs can be found here.

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American Graduate
10:40 am
Thu August 16, 2012

Impact Cincinnati for August 16, 2012

Stephanie Byrd of United Way of Greater Cincinnati's Success by 6, Deborah Bradshaw of Cincinnati Public Schools and Greg Landsman Strive Together

According to a study conducted last year, children who don’t read well by third grade are four times more likely to leave high school without a diploma than children who are proficient readers by third grade.

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American Graduate
8:57 am
Wed August 15, 2012

Impact Cincinnati: Ideas for reducing the high school dropout rate

Dr. Anthony Smith and Andrew Benson in the WVXU Studio (John Bridgeland on phone)

According to a new national report, the number of Ohio schools with graduation rates of sixty percent or less increased dramatically during the last decade. But the 2010 graduation rate district-wide for Cincinnati Public Schools increased to over eighty-one percent.

Guests include:
Cincinnati Public Schools Assistant Superintendent, Dr. Anthony Smith
President and CEO of Civic Enterprises, John Bridgeland
Vice President of KnowledgeWorks Ohio, Andrew Benson

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Local Mentoring Programs
8:51 am
Wed August 15, 2012

Impact Cincinnati: Local Mentoring Programs

Darryl Long, Simone Bess and Donald Swain in the WVXU Studios

Nationally, only seven in ten students complete high school. While many students have the will to graduate, they often don't have the necessary support. But research shows having a mentor increases a young person's chances of success.

Guests include:
Cincinnati Youth Collaboration Vice President of Mentoring, Simone Bess
Cincinnati Youth Collaboration Mentoring Coordinator, Donald Swain
Darryl Long, member of the CYC mentoring program

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Impact Cincinnati
10:08 am
Fri August 3, 2012

Caring for Your Yard and Garden in the Extreme Heat

David Koester and Peter Huttinger in the WVXU Studio

Yards and gardens in Greater Cincinnati typically require a bit of extra care during July and August, but this summer’s extreme heat and lack of rain have been especially brutal on our lawns, plants and trees.

Join us Thursday morning August 9 at 9:20, as we look at what you can do now to keep your yards and gardens healthy going into fall. Impact Cincinnati, on 91-7, WVXU.  If you have questions for our panel, you can email them to impact@wvxu.org.

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