• The big day is here! Cleveland joins Say Yes (Video, photo gallery)

    1/18/2019 -- Cleveland has been become the fourth chapter of Say Yes to Education, a historic development that will bring college scholarships to CMSD students while also providing services designed to keep them on track to graduation.

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  • State honors Glenville, Dunbar for progress

    12/28/2018 -- The state has honored Glenville High School and Paul L. Dunbar PreK-8 School for the growth students showed during the 2017-18 school year. Glenville and Dunbar received Momentum Awards for receiving A’s in all applicable value-added categories on the schools’ most recent state report cards.

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  • Little Rock team observes SEL in action

    12/15/2018 -- Officials in Little Rock, Ark., want to teach students how to better manage their emotions and make good decisions, so they came to Cleveland to see how it’s done in CMSD schools. Visitors regularly come seeking information on elements of Humanware, a sweeping social and emotional learning program that has gained CMSD national attention.

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  • Seniors swarm to college fair (Photo gallery)

    10/4/2018 -- The school year is still fairly new, but CMSD’s Class of 2019 has already begun to take the next step. More than 1,600 seniors, as well as some juniors, traveled to the East Professional Center on Thursday for the third annual Cleveland Goes to College Kickoff and College Fair.

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  • Excellence in Teaching winners announced (Photo gallery, video)

    10/2/2018 -- This is the third year for the awards, a partnership between the George Gund and Cleveland foundations, the District and the Cleveland Teachers Union. The goal is to spread best practices by honoring teachers who set a standard of excellence and serve as an example for their peers.

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  • State of Schools goes below the surface (Video, photo gallery)

    9/18/2018 -- Speaking to a full ballroom Thursday at the Renaissance Cleveland Hotel, CEO Eric Gordon ran through highlights from a new state report card released last week. While the report card gave CMSD an overall grade of F, the District has outpaced many of its peers in growth and progress on test scores, graduation rates, K-3 literacy improvement and closing achievement gaps.

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