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Ensuring that Ohio’s youth stay on track, establish skills for the workforce, and live a crime-free life

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After years of limited funding for early childhood education, Ohio secured a $118 million budget increase funding for pre-K programs. This funding was fomented by the work of our business, law enforcement, retired military, athlete, and clergy leaders. Our members in Ohio have made strides in providing funds for early education and will work to see those investments matched by innovative K-12 programming to ensure that Ohio’s youth stay on track, establish skills for the workforce, and live a crime-free life.

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April 3, 2017

Social-Emotional Skills in Early Childhood Support Workforce Success

Why business executives want employees who play well with others. Social-emotional skills learned in a child's earliest years will lead to workforce success later in life.

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Featured Members

  1. Carol Reeves

    Owner, ReMax Achievers

  2. James M. Zimmerman

    Former Chairman/CEO, Macy's, Inc.; Co-chair, ReadyNation CEO Task Force on Early Childhood

  3. Michael Simpson

    Sheriff, Preble County (OH) Sheriff’s Office

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