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  • Robert H. Jamison welcomes international visitors

    6/23/2017 -- The visitors toured Jamison's library and classrooms as part of an ongoing study of U.S. libraries.

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  • Attendance campaign hits goal for 2nd year

    6/20/2017 -- The District’s “Get 2 School, You Can Make It!” attendance campaign sought to reduce the number of students with “off track” attendance when compared with the average of the previous three years. To meet the past year’s goal, 56.1 percent of students had to miss 10 or fewer days. The final number was 56.3 percent. The total exceeded the three-year average by 1,828 students.

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  • Rhodes School of Environmental Studies gets help from Facebook

    6/20-2017 -- The school, which is set to open July 31 with ninth-graders, will mix instruction from teachers with work on the Summit Learning Platform. Summit Public Schools, a network of charter schools in California and Washington state, developed the software with help from engineers at Facebook and support from company founder Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, Priscilla Chan.

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  • Enrollment in high-quality preschool up 50%

    6/14/2017 -- The network, a partnership between CMSD and private operators, seeks to give all of the city’s 3- and 4-year-olds access to high-quality preschool. As of December, 4,277 Cleveland children were enrolled in high-quality preschools, defined as those earning at least three of the possible five stars on the state’s voluntary Step Up to Quality rating system.

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  • Applications taken for 4 school board seats

    6/13/2017 -- Mayor Frank G. Jackson is accepting applications for four seats on the Cleveland Board of Education. The appointees will serve terms that will expire on June 30, 2021. Board members do not receive pay.

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  • Cavs, NBA renovate space for Boys & Girls Club (video)

    6/15/2017 -- League and team representatives, including coach Ty Lue and players, were at East Tech High School on Thursday to dedicate a new "learn and play center" where teenagers can go after school to work on computers, study, get in a game of pool or table tennis and play board games. The space was renovated through the NBA Cares program.

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