• Board of Education honors top-ranked seniors (Video)

    5/20/2020 -- The 62 valedictorians and salutatorians have collectively received more than $7.8 million in scholarships, not including the Say Yes to Education scholarships given to CMSD graduates.

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  • Board sets special meeting on planning proposals

    6/12/2019 -- The school board will hold a special meeting on Tuesday, June 18 to discuss the future of academic programs and facilities. The meeting will help the board explore recommendations, as well as some alternatives developed after the District received feedback from the community.

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  • Board discussing planning proposals, other options

    6/10/2019 -- The Board of Education will continue discussing proposals for the future of academic programs and facilities – along with some alternative options drafted after the District collected feedback from the community.

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  • Applications taken for 5 board seats

    5/20/2019 -- Applications will be taken through Friday, June 14 for five of the nine seats on the Cleveland Board of Education. The appointments are for four-year terms ending June 30, 2023.

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  • School board honors 3,000 volunteers

    4/23/2019 -- Volunteers are active in more than 90 percent of the District's 100-plus schools, including all of its PreK- and K-8 schools. About 80 percent of the volunteers signed up on their own; the rest are with 54 community partners, up from 35 last year.

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  • Mayor appoints new board member

    4/5/2019 -- Sara Elaqad knows the road to success can take difficult turns, and she is eager to help others find their way.

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  • Board OKs criteria for charter partners

    12/14/2018 -- The District asked the Cleveland Transformation Alliance to recommend partnership criteria. The Transformation Alliance, which was created to monitor schools' progress under The Cleveland Plan, worked on the project with representatives of CMSD and the charter sector over the course of two months.

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  • Board helps advance Say Yes bid

    3/21/2018 -- The Cleveland Board of Education has taken a preliminary but important action that helps advance the city’s bid to become the nation’s fourth chapter of Say Yes to Education. Say Yes chapters provide scholarships that high school graduates use to fill gaps in college tuition. But more importantly, the chapters coordinate community academic and social services that keep students on track to high school graduation, college or post-secondary education and careers.

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