Issue 108
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  • Fryer appointed to Cleveland BOE, Bingham and Heard are new chairs

    1/9/2016 -- The board promoted two current members to leadership positions and brought on a new member to fill a vacancy.

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  • CMSD is 'designing high schools for the 21st Century'

    1/6/2017 -- It has become increasingly apparent that the factory-style high school of the 20th century is not meeting the needs of young people in the 21st century. While high school graduation rates have reached an all-time high, as many as 60 percent of entering college students are not ready to do college-level work. These young people will likely struggle to advance in a society where, by the end of the decade, more than 60 percent of all jobs will require some college-level education.

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  • Partners pledge support for aerospace, maritime school

    12/14/2016 -- CMSD’s new Davis Aerospace and Maritime High School will introduce students to those two industries, and the industries are prepared to welcome them with open arms. Big-name community partners enthusiastically pledged their support Tuesday when the school was officially announced by the District and PHASTAR, a nonprofit organization that has spent five years researching and refining the concept.

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  • CMSD plans 6 new high school models

    12/6/2016 -- CMSD will launch six new high schools next fall as part of a continuing effort to help students find the right fit and better prepare for college and careers. The six schools are actually new small, more personalized models that will be mostly placed in existing buildings and lead to the phasing out of older programs.

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  • College Application Month helps students navigate admissions

    11/18/2016 -- Students at 17 CMSD high schools are participating in College Application Month events.

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  • Voters show confidence in CMSD

    11/9/2016 -- Cleveland voters support the direction the Cleveland Metropolitan School District is heading, as shown by their 67.8 percent approval of Issue 108 on Tuesday. Renewal of the 15-mill levy gives CMSD another four years to continue progress evident under The Cleveland Plan.

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