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The Stark Education Partnership, Inc., is a 501(c)-3 non-profit education reform support organization in Stark County, Ohio crossing the lines of 17 public school districts. The Partnership collaborates with educators, business, community and civic leaders to create and respond to opportunities that will add substantial and measurable value to education.

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Canton Early College High School Changing a City

EdWorks (October 22, 2015) At EDWorks, we know Early College works. It’s reaffirmed every time a first generation college goer earns their first college credit and every time a student graduates with an associate degree and a...

Stark was First to Support Graduate Coursework for High School Teachers to Become College Adjuncts

Issues (November 20, 2015) Proposals for Ohio's new Teacher Credentialing Grant Program[1] are due in Columbus today. Pathway One of that new program, established under Am. Sub H.B. No. 64[2], supports...

Collaboration at Local, Public Montessori Benefits Students 

Issues (November 13, 2015) Families in five Stark districts - Canton City, Jackson Local, Lake Local, Plain Local and North Canton City - may choose to send their kindergarten through 8th grade students to free, public, Montessori...

November is Ohio College Application Month

Issues (November 6, 2015) According to a study by the Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce, by 2018, nearly 60% of all jobs in Ohio will require postsecondary training beyond high school...

Olweus Builds College, Career and Life Skills

Issues (October 30, 2015) Effective communication critical thinking, problem solving, working productively in teams, ethical decision-making and social responsibility are skills the Career Readiness Partner Council names as critical to...


Recent Publications & Videos

Continued ProofContinued Proof

A report on the first seven graduating classes of Canton Early College High School. Download the PDF »



Your Future VideoCollege Access Advisors

Your Future: Episode 5 – An interview with Chris Deschaine (Timken),Takisha Morgan (McKinley) and Adele Gelb (Ohio College Access Supervisor) See the video (3:07-17:46)»

Deep LearningDo Facilitated Online Dual Credit Courses Result in Deep Learning?

A study seeking to answer this question which is key to addressing barriers many students face in bridging from high school to college. Download the PDF »



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