Cleveland’s future is directly linked to the educational level of its residents. Almost 60 percent of new jobs will require some college.
Currently six percent of Cleveland residents have associate’s degrees and eight percent have bachelor’s degrees.
Mayor Frank Jackson put together a team to look for ways to help more CMSD students get through college.
It includes the city, Cleveland Metropolitan School District, college and university presidents, and civic leaders.
The group formed the Higher Education Compact of Greater Cleveland, a community effort to increase the number of Cleveland students who earn degrees.
The focus will be on college readiness, college access and college persistence.
Members of the Compact will identify students enrolled in degree programs and track their progress.
read full story
article courtesy of Wkyc.com
SZA Sizzles In A Curve-Hugging Bodysuit For Kim Kardashian’s SKIMS
Who Jumped Tekashi 6ix9ine? Tweet Claims IG Video Shows Name Of Man Stomping Rapper
Congrats! Tamar Braxton Is Engaged!
Blac Chyna Wears A T-Shirt Of Kim Kardashian To Show ‘Support’ For The Reality TV Star
Blac Chyna Spotted Out After Dissolving Facial Fillers
Congrats! Da Brat And Jesseca Harris-Dupart Reveal They’re Having A Boy!
CeCe Winans Daughter Ashley Love Wedding Pics!
GoFundMe For Irvo Otieno Slow To Gain Traction As Family Prepares For Funeral