The People Diet

The New Year will produce many new gym memberships and avid workout fanatics. The Nike jogging suit-wearing population will be bursting at the seams by February. Countless grocery store runs for "low carb" diets, Adkins diets, juice diets, will be ...

Child Watch From ‘crack baby’ to A-student

A number of states have used subsidized guardianship programs to support kinship families and GrandFamilies. Kinship care has been found to help children maintain family,

JFK Alumni planning 50th All Class Gala

Johnston came out in 1968 and held the Alumni Association together with Attorney Earl Williams and Silas Ashley. Working in the community has been a big wish for the JFK Alumni Association.

CBCF’s STEM focus expands to China

The CBCF is currently accepting applications for the China Study Abroad program. The deadline to apply is April 30, 2015.

Cleveland Public Library welcomes Trisha Meili

In the spring of 1989, Trisha Meili, a 28-year-old investment banker, was found raped and bludgeoned in the Central Park mud.

Board approves first construction projects

Advocates have long called for a new west side high school but finding a site in developed neighborhoods was difficult.

Cuyahoga County Library will present two Authors

Cuyahoga County Library Author series

Mandy Smith drum beats her way to winning graduate prize in popular music, to give talk on April 14 at CWRU

Reading a short article from a collection of essays about Starr’s drumming on The Beatles album Revolver left her wanting more information.

Eric Gordon met with President Barack Obama

CMSD’s graduation rate has increased 12 points in the last three years to a record 64.1 percent, but Gordon has stressed that much more improvement is needed.

New education official wants to reform NCLB

The coalition recommended that each state provide annual assessments for all students in the third grade through the eighth grade and high school and that targeted funding be used to meet the needs of the most vulnerable children in our ...

I CAN SCHOOLS: Closing the Educational Achievement Gap

Few schools exist that cater to individual needs while demonstrating remarkable achievement on state standardized assessments. Even fewer of these schools exist in high poverty urban areas.

John Marshall Campus will be home to 3 small schools

“The idea of three small schools made by John Marshall for John Marshall, they like that,” said Gramajo, who carries a 3.5-point cumulative average and hopes to work as a pharmacist after college.

John Carroll hires chief diversity officer

As John Carroll's student body is about 86 percent White, Mills thinks one of the important things that we as African Americans need to do to help institutions as well as society become more inclusive is to really is assert ...

Richmond Hts. schools in 'intensive care'

Overall, Willis imagines building upon the district's solid foundation by adding curriculum that will attract, engage and retain more students. At the same time, she know she needs help.

HEAP winter crisis program now open

CEOGC is Cuyahoga County's Community Action Agency helping to fight the War on Poverty since 1964.