3/22/2017 -- The Cleveland Board of Education voted Tuesday to approve a new three-year contract with the Cleveland Teachers Union, an agreement reached after more than a year of negotiations. Chief Executive Officer Eric Gordon said he was pleased to bring a contract to the board that people on both sides of the bargaining table viewed as fair.
3/22/2017 -- The school has seen an upswing in parent engagement and community support.
3/16/2017 -- CMSD graduates are more prepared for college but enrolling in fewer numbers, a troubling trend that the Higher Education Compact of Greater Cleveland says the community needs to analyze and address. Graduates could be deterred by the cost of college, or they pass up more lucrative futures to take jobs in a rebounding economy, the Compact suggested in releasing an annual report Thursday at Cleveland State University.
3/16/2017 -- The club honored the District's top seniors and listened to their ideas on how to improve their schools and communities.
3/13/2017 -- Preschools at Harvey Rice, James A. Garfield, Marion C. Seltzer, Sunbeam and Willow schools all received the designation from the Step Up to Quality program. This brings to 25 the number of District preschools with five-star ratings.
3/13/2017 -- The U.S. Secretary of Education said the District's utilization of the Project Lead the Way program opens doors for students in college and careers.
3/13/2017 -- The students spent months preparing to convene with hundreds of other students at Case Western Reserve University.
3/9/2017 -- Cleveland made a “core, transformative decision” to support school reform four years ago but must keep pushing in education and other key areas to keep making progress, Mayor Frank G. Jackson said Thursday in his annual State of the City address. Continuing the reforms charted by The Cleveland Plan led a list that also included reducing crime and sustaining economic development that has spurred hundreds of millions of dollars in investment and created thousands of jobs.
3/8/2017 -- More than 500 students competed against peers from different schools as a culmination of several weeks of chess instruction through Progress with Chess.