Rep. Ingram after meeting with constituents at the Mt. Healthy branch of the Public Library of Cincinnati
Rep. Ingram after meeting with constituents at the Mt. Healthy branch of the Public Library of Cincinnati
 Rep. Ingram addresses an audience during the 2017 OLBC Day of Action
Rep. Ingram addresses an audience during the 2017 OLBC Day of Action
 Rep. Ingram during her first legislative session of the 132nd General Assembly
Rep. Ingram during her first legislative session of the 132nd General Assembly
Rep. Ingram helping a child at the Public Library of Cincinnati & Hamlton County's annual summer lunch program
Rep. Ingram helping a child at the Public Library of Cincinnati & Hamlton County's annual summer lunch program
 
 

As a public servant, university instructor, realtor, neighborhood leader, mom and grandmother, Catherine Ingram knows how much the decisions made in Columbus personally impact all of us.

Catherine Ingram has been a member of the Cincinnati Board of Education for over 20 years, serving as president and vice president in the mid-90’s. Ms. Ingram has served on numerous board committees and, for many years, in a leadership role as Finance Committee chair.

In 2000, she earned the prestigious honor of being just one of five board members in the state to be named to OSBA’s All-Ohio School ...

 
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09.12.17 - Rep. Ingram Announces Appointment To Broadcast Educational Media Commission

 

State Rep. Catherine D. Ingram (D-Cincinnati) today shared news of her recent appointment as a nonvoting member of the Broadcast Educational Media Commission (BEMC).

“As an elected official and educator with over 20 years of service from the classroom to the board of education, I have seen firsthand how public broadcasting can have a positive impact on students,” said Ingram. “I am honored to have the opportunity to help advance educational outcomes and create a positive impact on students and educators through my work on the commission.”

 
 

08.30.17 - Ingram Introduces Bill To Protect Accident Victims' Privacy

 

State Rep. Catherine D. Ingram (D-Cincinnati) today introduced the Accident Victim Privacy Protection Act, legislation to prohibit the sale of personal information obtained from accident reports to prevent businesses from soliciting accident victims for profit.

“Vehicular accident reports contain significant amounts of personal information, and victims should not be subject to harassment after a car accident,” said Ingram. “The Accident Victim Privacy Protection Act will help prevent ‘ambulance chasers’ from purchasing this information, protecting victims’ identities and putting a stop to repeated calls from companies trying to make an extra buck.”

 
 

08.25.17 - Rep. Ingram Pushes For New Cincinnati Public Schools License Plates

 

State Rep. Catherine D. Ingram (D-Cincinnati) today introduced legislation with Rep. Brigid Kelly (D-Cincinnati) to create a new Cincinnati Public Schools (CPS) license plate in support of one of Ohio’s top school districts.

“For almost 200 years, Cincinnati Public Schools have educated, inspired and prepared generations to be civic-minded, intelligent and socially aware citizens,” said Ingram. “CPS is a diverse and historic district that serves 35,000 Cincinnati-area students every year, and deserves strong community support. I am proud to introduce legislation to help benefit this wonderful district.”

 
 

08.09.17 - Ingram Comments On Ohio's Updated "Every Student Succeeds Act" Plan

 

State Rep. Catherine D. Ingram (D-Cincinnati) today announced her position on the updated Ohio Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) plan which will be submitted to the U.S. Department of Education in September.

Every Student Succeeds Act, which replaced its predecessor, the No Child Left Behind Act, is the federal requirement for states to submit plans regarding the use of federal educational funding for school curriculum.

“After several revision and updates, there is still much work to do, and Ohio’s ESSA proposal is not perfect,” said Ingram. “However, there has been some improvement in the overall plan, and there is now much more agreement in certain sections of the proposal than there was during the debates in April.”

Every State educational agency had the choice to submit its ESSA proposal in either April or September. Ohio’s plan is being prepared to submit by the September deadline.

Ohio’s ESSA plan can be viewed online at www.educationa.ohio.gov/ESSA.

 
 
 

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Representative Catherine D. Ingram
District 32
77 S. High St
10th Floor
Columbus, OH 43215
Phone (614) 466-1645
Fax      (614) 719-3586
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