• District showcases work at family and community engagement conference

    7/12/2018 -- The Institute for Educational Leadership's fifth annual National Family and Community Engagement Conference closes a three-day run Friday. Part of the time has been spent focusing on initiatives that the District has taken under The Cleveland Plan, a customized blueprint for education reform in the city.

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  • CMSD students chat with NASA astronaut in Earth-to-space call (Photo gallery)

    7/10/2018 -- Students asked questions of astronaut Serena Auñón-Chancellor, who is aboard the International Space Station.

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  • Institutes will bring together coaches, athletes

    7/10/2018 -- The District’s first-ever Leadership Institutes will be held from 8 a.m.-3:30 p.m. on Thursday, July 26 for K-8 coaches and athletic directors and from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Friday, July 27 for athletes in the eighth through 12th grades. Both institutes will be at the District’s East Professional Center, 1349 E. 79th St.

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  • Board OKs 2019-20 school calendar

    7/10/2018 -- Under the calendar, which is subject to change, school would begin for most students on Monday, Aug. 12 and end on Thursday, May 21. Some District schools operate on year-round or extended-year calendars.

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  • Grant will help prepare English learners for college

    7/10/2018 -- The District’s EL population has doubled in the last five years and now stands at about 10 percent of CMSD’S enrollment. Moreover, the students, while still primarily Hispanic, have grown increasingly diverse, with larger numbers of immigrants and refugees from Asia, the Middle East and Africa enrolling in the District at Thomas Jefferson International Newcomers Academy and other schools.

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  • CMSD to add third school based on IB model

    7/9/2018 -- Ajayi Monell came to Cleveland from Georgia three years ago and embraced the District's practice of letting families pick their schools. Now he has an opportunity to market one of the District’s newest  options.

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