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Cleveland is at the forefront when it comes to preparing students for college and the workforce. It stems from President Obama‘s “Computer Science for All” initiative, launched January, 2016.

This week, CMSD received a grant from the Cleveland Foundation to help fund the first phase of making that plan a reality. The goal is to use the $124,235 grant to make sure computer science classes are offered in all of CMSD’s high schools within three years.
Over at John Marshall School of Information Technology, they were one of the pioneers; the school began offering computer science last academic calendar year.
“I want to be a doctor, said 11th grader Priyanka Rizal.
Rizal has a very clear end-goal.
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