• Bard workshops promote deep thinking

    8/14/2019 -- CMSD’s Bard High School Early College wants its students to become deep thinkers. That's why, it has them spend the first three days of each school year in workshops designed to sharpen that skill.

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  • Spirits high as school year starts (Video, Photo gallery)

    8/12/2019 -- In schools on both sides of town, the mood was light. Staff and volunteers clapped and cheered as students entered buildings. One school literally rolled out a red carpet lined with velvet ropes; a DJ played pop hits as students arrived.

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  • What will be new in the new school year

    8/12/2019 -- Say Yes Cleveland will begin rolling out support services in the new school year. The year also is expected to bring decisions on the future of academic programs and facilities.

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  • Say Yes mentors, students begin their journey (Photo gallery)

    8/7/2019 -- Up to 1,300 people paired off Tuesday to get acquainted and begin a journey, side by side, through higher education. The occasion was annual kickoff of College Now of Greater Cleveland’s mentoring program, which brought together volunteers and the new college freshmen they will guide.

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  • CMSD campaign inspires Browns statewide attendance push (Video)

    8/5/2019 -- The Cleveland Browns Foundation has launched a statewide attendance initiative that was inspired by CMSD’s “Get 2 School, You Can Make It!” campaign. The foundation, lead partner in CMSD’s drive to improve attendance, has teamed with the Ohio Department of Education and Proving Ground at Harvard University to start the Get 2 School, Stay in the Game! Network.

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  • Camp introduces students to manufacturing (Photo gallery)

    8/5/2019 -- Northeast Ohio manufacturers are facing a shortage of skilled workers, and industry advocates want to ensure that potential candidates are considering the option even before high school. To help, Sen. Sherrod Brown sponsored a Manufacturing Camp at Max S. Hayes High School.

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