via Wkyc: They were choices the Euclid School Board did not want to make. But they had few options after losing a levy in November that had kept them going. Gone next year will be 21 jobs, including 10 teachers. There will be no middle school drill team or school newspaper. Students in grades one […]

According to the CDC, more high school students in Cleveland are attempting to take their own lives, than in any other American city. Two out of every ten high school student enrolled in Cleveland Metropolitan Schools, according to the CDC, tried to kill themselves in 2015. Twenty percent of the CMSD high school population is […]

We know the rising tuition costs and student debt are major hurdles for students seeking higher education, but what about the less well-known cost of college, like food and housing? Instead of worrying about grades, internships and finding a job after graduation, a new study from Cal State University says there are hundreds of students […]

Due to recent incidents, Case Western Reserve University has  issued a letter to its students reminding them that their safety and the safety of the campus is a top priority. The University will be hosting two security information sessions, Wednesday and Thursday, November 9 and 10, to inform the community on the measures being taken to […]

Making sense of the world is challenging for adults—and even more so for youths. Events and social conditions affect kids, but they often lack the voice and means to express their views. Tiffany James, a Columbia, South Carolina-based performer and blogger, launched Acting Up with Tiffany in 2015 to help teens and pre-teens find their […]

The Music Settlement in University Circle is growing phenomenal musicians as young as 3-years-old with The Suzuki Program. Sukuki Department Head, Callista Koh, is a phenomenon herself. She plays a 350-year-old, half-million dollar violin and bow bequeathed to TMS by former student, Melvin Ritter, Concert Master with the St. Louis Symphony. Koh’s students learn on […]

In case you forget: You matter — a lot. And you’re annoying, sometimes, but for the most part, you’re amazing. “So go be great,” teacher Sinita Scott tells her seniors, who are crowded in the cafetorium on their last day of school. Scott teaches English at Robert A. Taft Information Technology High School in Cincinnati, […]

Michelle Obama is known to many as the first lady of the United States, but for young students set to attend college, she doubles as someone who succeeded from ignoring her “doubters and “haters.” Featured on the cover of the May 2016 issue of Seventeen magazine with high school students Gemma Busoni and Zaniya Lewis, […]

The city of Cleveland has been selected as one of 28 communities around the country to receive Internet access for families with school-age children who live in assisted housing. Nationwide, less than half of low-income families have Internet access at home, according to the Federal Communications Commission. In Cleveland, there are thousands of households without […]

For the third time in three years, Ohio students will face a different standardized test. Starting Monday, Ohio schools can begin administering the newest version of those exams. Education leaders believe the tests will avoid much of the controversy that doomed last year’s exams created by the Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and […]

The University of Akron announced Wednesday that it will refund an estimated $4.1 million to students. In June 2015, the university adopted a new plan to resolve a “$60 million fiscal challenge” in the university’s annual budget. The plan included $10 million of fee increases, which increased the facilities fee that students on the main campus […]

A weekend convention in the Chicago suburbs turned controversial because of a high school skit depicting a modern slave auction. Two Barrington High School students performed the skit Friday in front of an audience during the 2016 Illinois Junior Classical Convention, a Latin competition, at the Westin hotel in Itasca. The skit was performed during […]