CPS Has Decisions To Make; Parents Provide Feedback
Tuesday is the last day parents, administrators and the public can participate in a survey for Cincinnati Public Schools. The district wants guidance on things like the budget, the curriculum and the "Whole Child" and "My Tomorrow" initiatives, according to spokeswoman Janet Walsh.
She says, "We have a relatively new college and career readiness initiative called "My Tomorrow" and we also are really interested in going beyond test scores to address the needs of the "Whole Child." So, we specifically ask about those areas."
Also on the mind of the school board is when to get new revenue and whether to put a levy on the ballot.
The survey is administered by an independent research and communications firm.