• Paul L. Dunbar School finds winning formula in arts-infused learning (Photo Gallery)

    6/8/2018 -- Paul L. Dunbar School has improved education and culture using a strategy of arts enrichment.

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  • Three more preschools earn top rating

    5/24/2018 -- Of the District’s 63 preschool sites, 49 have now earned the maximum five stars from Ohio’s voluntary Step Up to Quality program. The rest will seek to do the same.

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  • Board helps advance Say Yes bid

    3/21/2018 -- The Cleveland Board of Education has taken a preliminary but important action that helps advance the city’s bid to become the nation’s fourth chapter of Say Yes to Education. Say Yes chapters provide scholarships that high school graduates use to fill gaps in college tuition. But more importantly, the chapters coordinate community academic and social services that keep students on track to high school graduation, college or post-secondary education and careers.

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  • Six more preschools earn top rating

    3/21/2018 -- Six preschool sites – at Case, Hannah Gibbons, Mary M. Bethune, Nathan Hale and Patrick Henry schools and Douglas MacArthur Girls' Leadership Academy – have just received the maximum five stars from Ohio’s Step Up to Quality program. All 45 rated sites have earned five stars, and the rest are or will go through the evaluation process.

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  • Conference to showcase CMSD engagement

    3/14/2018 -- More than 1,300 visitors from across the United States are expected to gather in Cleveland in July for the fifth annual National Family and Community Engagement Conference. The conference, hosted by the Institute for Educational Leadership, will draw school district leaders, other educators, families and students who will meet July 11-13 at the downtown Huntington Convention Center.

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  • Juniors take the ACT on Tuesday

    2/26/2018 -- About 2,600 CMSD juniors are scheduled to take the ACT college admissions exam in school, a move that could help them meet new graduation requirements and take a step toward higher education.

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